office. Monday , July 03rd , 2017 - 04:36:34 AM
3. For the constant whingers and whiners in your office: don't give them the attention they are looking for when they do that. By listening to their negativity and letting them go on and on, you are making it worse. Instead, try asking some very direct questions after you have heard their complaint. Maybe something like, " I don't understand but tell me more so that I can understand", or "what do you suggest we can do about that" or even, "if we do X Y or Z, would that help"? Listen to their complaint by all means but take control of the conversation once you know what the issues are and suggest a solution straight away. By doing this to people that love to whinge and whine, they will eventually get the message that you don't want to focus on the problem but rather the solution.
That type of work environment is reserved for a Google like company. This is wrong. Google is now a publicly traded company. I've been to their offices. Yes, there are the massages, etc., but there are the cubicles.
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