Globally, we’ve never really had peace. It’s not surprising, since locally we mostly don’t seem to have workplace peace.
Poor interpersonal relationships are one of the most significant causes of workplace stress. Such stress has been linked with illnesses like heart disease and cancer. You know that people tend to drink and smoke more when they’re stressed out. Some people get so stressed out by problems at work that they make themselves ill.
A long, healthy, happy and prosperous life relies on workplace peace, therefore.
If you’d like world peace, then get into workplace peace. It’s the least you can do for yourself!
To begin your campaign for a healthy, happy, peaceful workplace, this book outlines ten places to start
1. Understand then be understood
2. Don’t ask why, ask how
3. Work out who’s hurting
4. Look for what you have in common
5. Mind how you say it
6. Leave room for retreat
7. Concentrate on what you can do
8. Know your outcome
9. Don’t reason with dinosaurs
10. Build a bridge and get over it
It’s all about doing what we can do so that the world (your world) is a better place!