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Institutional politics can be just as frustrating as office politics. Understanding your political voice is grounded in that power you have implicitly will change how you approach the politics. See how I began to see and use my own political voice to make a place for me at the table.
Are you impacted by office culture and office politics? You’re not the only one. Read how I identified the politics in an office where I worked and how you can try to influence change in your own office.
For my second book, How to Assert Yourself* (*Without Being Assertive) and Other Pointless Lessons I Was Told to Learn, I am collecting
Read Today’s Leaders Need Vulnerability, Not Bravado by Amy C. Edmondson and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, from Harvard Business Review, October 19, 2020. Follow The
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For long-time readers of the Leadership and Values in Action blog, you know that I explored office politics in an earlier series based on reader feedback. I am looking for some new feedback from readers to help me brainstorm and explore topics for the next two months. Please look at the topics below and choose any that look interesting to you. Or write in your own topic you think should be explored.