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How to be kinder at work

This month, Vanessa King of Action for Happiness and author of 10 Keys To Happier Living recommends Mastering Civility: A Manifesto For The Workplace by Christine Porath

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H as someone ever been rude to you at work? Chances are they have. It’s an issue Christine Porath says is widespread and rising, impacting people’s confidence, their ability to reach their potential and their health – plus, it a ects the profits and performance of the organisations they work for, too. ‘Incivility is in the eyes of the recipient,’according to Porath. What matters is not whether we have actually been rude in some way, but whether the recipient feels disrespected, and individuals all vary in terms of what they experience as uncivil.

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