Don’t be a pawn in the game of office politics

A co-worker always looks down on you—literally—standing while you sit and leaving you feeling powerless. A peer summons you to her office, giving her the home field advantage during your discussion.

Those are just a couple of ways team members can strip you of your confidence—if you let them. Learn how to recognize more warning signs by reading Mary Foley’s full article “How to Tell if Someone is Playing Power Games with You.”

Then let Mary show you how to anticipate power plays and neutralize the behavior, in this week’s audio conference Office Power Games: Recognizing and Dealing with Troublemakers on Your Team, Among Your Peers, and in Your Company. Sign up today while seats are still available.


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