An unusual Bahamian saying offers a perspective on how to deal with gossip and back-biting — a useful workplace lessons for all.
My newest column in The Globe & Mail‘s Leadership Lab series hit cyberspace this morning. Take the toxins out of office gossip is about how leaders need to make it unequivocally clear that negative gossip about others is never acceptable
Set a zero-tolerance policy around workplace gossip and you’ll quickly gain a reputation for leading a positive and productive workplace. Here is the rule to live by – “Don’t say anything negative about a person unless s/he is actually in