Managing Difficult Personalities in the Workplace

Angry boss in chair staring down at tiny businessman5 “usual suspects” and how to manage them.

By Steven E. Sacks

Let’s admit it: not everyone in a CPA firm can be your cup of tea. This is because of the different experiences your co-workers have, their cultural differences, biases, personal agendas and of course, diverse personalities.

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And the challenges faced by these differences are not limited to senior leadership or those who function in a supervisory role. What types are the usual suspects?