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Compliments of Ian Ransley via Flickr

Employees like to be in charge, acting as independent free agents who chart their own course. Coaches/mentor who develop peers can make this happen – whereas neglectful, emotionally abusive supervisors leave the same workplace remnants as do ineffectual caretakers at home (Kampen, 2015). Turn the page…

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Compliments of Arthur Andy via Flickr

At work, home, school, and within families, we compliment the talkers – those effervescent social butterflies who entertain and delight us. We enjoy their company and we seek out their acquaintance. They are typically the ones who amass a following at parties. Turn the page…

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