Unhealthy Competition At Work: A Manager's Role
As a manager, you will understand the importance of your team working well together.But what happens when you find that there is unhealthy competition amongst your team?
Dealing With Unhealthy Competition at Work
In the workplace, all of us are encouraged to be professional about giving and receiving feedback, and to be gracious when someone else is receiving an award. In the face of competition, there are going to be times when conflicts can arise among colleagues, which can end up getting out of hand. Conflicts at work can arise for a number of reasons.
When Your Child is Getting Jealous of Others
Just like adults, children experience jealousy too. Most parents either give in to their children and some even end up shaming their children when they feel jealous. At the end of the day, as a parent, you might be either conveying to your child that it is either okay to get jealous while you are comforting them and giving in to their demands. Or you are not allowing your child to feel an emotion that is only natural.
So what does one do then?
One of the most, if not irritating aspect of bringing up children is their endless squabbles with each other - especially when you decided to have a second child just so that your child could have "companionship"!
Stress Proofing Your Child
If you feel that stress affects only adults and if you have been thinking, "but childhood means being carefree and happy, isn't it?", then think again. In a world of academic pressures and where tough competition exists with the need to perform to one's best, you may be worried about your child's future career and success. While many of these expectations can be motivating, excessive pressure can result in psychological ill-health and lower levels of well-being for children.