Monday’s post was a list of creative inspirations behind Brainzooming blog posts. The creative inspiration for this blog post on providing help and support when dealing with difficult people is similar to number 30 on the list: You have relevant pictures to share.
I saw this cactus receiving ample help and support to remain standing at The Buttes Resort in Phoenix. It immediately triggered thoughts about what it’s like to help and support difficult people at work (think “difficult” = “prickly”).
Dealing with difficult people isn’t typically what any of us would volunteer for in a work assignment. Until you can remove yourself from having to help and support a difficult person at work, however, you simply have to manage the situation as best you can.
16 Articles on Help and Support for Prickly People
Since we’ve written about having had to help and support a variety of challenging personalities, the cactus picture created an opportunity to bring them all the content on dealing with difficult people together in one place. These sixteen articles provide advice dealing with difficult people of various types, including handling yourself as the difficult person in your work life!
- Corporate Amnesia – 9 Ways to Prevent and Avoid
- Assistance Unwanted – 5 Management Style Signs Helping Is Futile
- Corporate Sociopaths and Horrible Bosses – 7 Ways to Survive Them
- A Corporate Sociopath and How Dilbert Handles Bad Behavior from One
- You Can Learn From Anybody
- Random Inputs Week – 5 Keys to Innovating Amid Conflict
- 3 Strategies for Navigating a Political Environment
- Protecting Your Creativity in a Culture that Doesn’t Value It
- 3 Keys for Job Candidates – Have Your Own Interview Strategy
- Beware of Morphfiends – Foes of Solid Strategy
- Great Leaders – 12 Ways Great Leaders Turn into Bad Leaders
- 5 Things You Can Learn from a Bad Boss
- 98 Pound Name Dropping Weakling
- Career Preservation Advice – A “Gotcha” Strategy Will “Getcha”
When You’re the Difficult Person
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