The ripple effect
We are not one person at work and another person at home – each of us is just one person. And whatever is going on with that person affects all parts of his/her life. If there are problems at home, it will have some knock-on effect at work – and if there is something going on at work, it will be hard not to take that back home. This is something that Christine, one of the characters in The Team Formula experiences as she is having personal issues.
A recent Harvard Business Review blog, describes the ripple effect each of us can have on people around us. To be successful, as an individual, as a team, we need to take control of that impact, those ripples – and not just sweep things under the carpet, thinking that they are not showing, they always are.
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Elisabet and Mandy