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September 05, 2022

Have you ever worked with someone who can't make a decision? Who complains about things? Is there a person on your team who can explain to others what's going on? Do you think your boss puts down your achievements?

No one should have to deal with bad behavior from a colleague. Certain tactics and phrases can be used to counteract it. Amy Gallo will teach you how to use them and how to deal with difficult people.

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Haven't we all had trouble getting along with someone at work?

"What do you mean when you say things are okay?"

They're just okay. I could live like this for the rest of my life if I didn't have any goals or ambitions or wanted to feel appreciated for my work.

Amy GaLLO said she was sorry to laugh.

Sherri is aware.

"I'm just going to tell you that's not okay."

It's not, right? Sherri?

Amy GaLLO asked how to deal with a micromanager.

Kim said it was a battle. I was told that I was hired. You should implement this. They hired me to do a lot of things.

Amy GaLLO asked if it was possible to prevent a know-it-all from making you feel small.

She needed to be the smartest person in the room and the most knowledgeable person in the room. I was happy to let her take the lead because I wanted to get promoted myself.

There is a new series coming to the women at work feed. It is called getting along. My book is about how to work with anyone, even difficult people. People who are passive- aggressive, tormentors, pessimists. In each episode, I teach a guest how to get along with someone who is difficult to get along with. Like the woman who keeps being invaded by her colleague.

I just came out and I was wondering why you weren't involved with me. He was not doing that. You are. Affirmative.

You are, Amy GaLLO. Affirmative.

Guests have the tactics and phrases they need to build healthier, more productive relationships by the end of the show. You'll learn from them as well.

The most important career conversation I have had is this one. Affirmative.

Amy GaLLO is so happy. Affirmative.

This helps a great deal. Affirmative.

You can listen to Getting Along in the Women at Work feed.