According to The Chartered Management Institute, Aviva Health have found that nearly a third of all workers in the UK chose not to take their full lunch break. Do you?
Are you going to be job hunting over the Bank Holiday weekend? Here’s some useful careers and workplace advice from CK Clinical to help you get started…
- 10 Ways to Banish Interview Nerves
- 25 Interview Mistakes
- Clinical Research Job Interview Questions
- Competency Based Interview Tips
- CV Writing Tips
- Data Management Interview Questions
- Dealing with Workplace Conflict
- Dress to Impress at Your Interview
- How to Build a Rapport with Your Interviewer
- How to Deal with Job Rejection
- How to Handle a Bad Interviewer
- How to Make a Good First Impression
- How to Write a Cover Letter
- How to Use Social Media in Learning & Development
- Interview Preparation
- Interview Tips
- Linkedin Profile Tips
- Online Job Hunting Mistakes
- Questions To Ask Your Interviewer
- Regulatory Affairs Interview Questions
- RSS Feeds and Job Hunting
- Signs of a Good Interview
- Social Media Tips
- Staying Motivated During Your Job Search
- Telephone Interview Tips
- The Best CV Buzzwords
- Using Recruitment Agencies
- What to do After Your Interview
Having difficulties at work? See below for the latest advice to help you tackle those everyday challenges in the workplace:
- 5 Ways to Deal with Criticism at Work
- 7 Signs it’s Time to Quit
- Coping with Redundancy
- Dealing with Conflict in the Workplace
- How to be an Effective Team Player
- How to Combat Stress in the Workplace
- How to Stay Awake at Work
- How to Use Social Media in Med Info
- Improve Your Workplace Happiness
- Presentation Tips
- Tackling Bullying at Work
- Work-Life Balance Tips
- Working From Home Vs. Working From the Office
Dealing with conflict in your pharmaceutical job can be frustrating. Here are some simple steps to help you deal with it more effectively.
- Remain respectful
Remember, no matter what the other party throws at you, the most important thing is that you remain cool, calm and collected in your place of work.
- Offer solutions
Try to look at the situation objectively and think proactively about ways in which you might be able to improve it. My concentrating on resolution instead of conflict, you will automatically invite people to communicate more openly with you.
- Be willing to compromise
Let it be known that you are always open to compromise. Before you enter into such a conversation be confident of your stance and have a clear idea of what areas you would be willing to compromise on. Be as flexible as you can and try to find a solution that is beneficial for both parties.
- Get a mediator involved
Seek the help of a mediator to help resolve the conflict. This could be your supervisor or a colleague. They may be able to offer a fresh perspective on the conflict and offer some possible resolutions.
When dealing with conflict, make a conscious effort to let the other party to have their concerns and frustrations heard. Avoid interrupting them as they are talking and really listen to what they are saying.
- Let it go
Always consider the consequences of this ongoing conflict – what will happen if you continue to disagree with the other party? Is it really worth the aggravation and potential disruption to your success at work?
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