How to Recognize and Avoid Drama

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The best manager I ever had gave me this feedback in my performance review:

“The theme of occasional unnecessary drama is one that came through in your feedback that resonates... You have an amazing resilience that I’ve seen in action. Using this to provide stability to situations will help you apply the truth that things are almost never as amazing or terrible as they first appear.”

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Leadership coach & champion of difficult people; designer of human experiences; ex-Facebook; surfer, traveller, mom; tuttitaygerly.com

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Tutti Taygerly

Tutti Taygerly

Leadership coach & champion of difficult people; designer of human experiences; ex-Facebook; surfer, traveller, mom; tuttitaygerly.com

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