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Mark C. Crowley
: "One negative person will take the energy out of fifteen great people quietly. That's why I think of complainers as thieves in the night; they don't work upfront. They quietly are zapping you." ~ Barbara Corcoran
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Discovery PI Aug 3
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
Absolutely point on
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Esmeralda Aug 4
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
Was with you till you started talking about complainers. I hear that word when ppl decide to speak up & others want to cover what’s happening; totally different from a person who should be labeled as complainers.
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Abe Finklestein Aug 4
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
Constant Complainers, you can complain just not constantly.
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Leah Ahuva Kopel Aug 4
It depends what you are complaining about and if you have ideas to address the complaint.
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Leah Ahuva Kopel Aug 4
We all need to feel free to complain at least once in a while.
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Sheena Walker BA Aug 4
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
I call them β€œ Mood Hoovers β€œ
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Claudia Kemmerer Aug 4
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Erin Lester Aug 4
There are ways to bring up issues without complaining so the issues can be solutioned vs. just crying over them 😭
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Aaron Schaller Aug 4
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
Attitudes are contagious 😷
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changamire dombo Aug 4
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
A lot of time I am one of them
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Nila Siciliano Aug 4
Replying to @MarkCCrowley
Get rid off negative and underperforming before they ruin the morals of a that took a great deal of time to build. As , we must recognize the bad apple quick, get them to be onboard thru or they gotta leave if not coachable.
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Mark C. Crowley Aug 4
Replying to @NilaSiciliano
Truth. Some might mistake this as harsh management, but leaders who fail to take action on toxic employees end up watching one person take down their entire (previously highly engaged) team.
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Mark C. Crowley Aug 4
Yes. It's the sarcastic sniping, often behind the back of the manager or others on the team, that transcends expressing disagreement. I've learned to quickly address it (hence my agreement with this tweet.
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Mark C. Crowley Aug 4
Replying to @HumanitySaudi
We can always disagree without being disagreeable. If we disagree, be respectful in expressing it. If we disagree, bring alternative solutions to propose. And if we disagree, be sure it's not disagreement with just about everything.
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Mark C. Crowley Aug 4
Replying to @sheena_walker1
;-)
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Mark C. Crowley Aug 4
Replying to @LeahAhuva @emeraldmba
It's the incessant complainer that she's referring to. Everyone gets to complain some times.
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Mark C. Crowley Aug 4
Replying to @emeraldmba
It's only weak leader who can't stand up to some push back. Complaining doesn't make you a "complainer" unless it grows to characterize you.
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Kevin Rosenthal Aug 4
And there are some people that complain as a matter of course. The key skill set requirement for managing people that way is NOT leaving everyone up to their own devices, but instead to have them clearly defined on paper exactly what the expectations of the company are! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸΎπŸŒŠ
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