Managing Personal Relationships In The Workplace

Relationships Matter

While your family relationships may be the most important relationships in your life, your relationships with those you work with almost become equally important. Especially when you consider you may spend more time with your coworkers than you do with your wife or children.

Personal relationships in the workplace matter

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This fact is daunting. Forty-plus hours a week are spent with people in your office. That’s almost a quarter of your week.

What this means is the relationships at work often become personal relationships on top of the working relationships you have with your coworkers. These people become your friends, confidants, and, sometimes, your significant other.

Don’t tell me these relationships don’t matter. They do. And you have to learn how to manage those personal relationships in the workplace.

Leading Like Christ In The Workplace With Charlotte Gambill

The Answers From Leadership Podcast Episode 36

Leading in the world can seem to be a complicated matter. You don’t know how to speak up or share your faith. Or maybe you think you can’t.

But you can. And that’s why I’m excited to have Charlotte Gambill on the Answers From Leadership podcast today. She’s going to share some things you can do to lead like Jesus in the workplace.

You can show your faith in the workplace!

Charlotte leads LIFE Church, UK in England with her husband Steve. Charlotte has a deep love for people and a zealous love for God’s house. Her passion is to build the local church, see people reach their full potential, and to develop and strengthen leadership.

Listen To The Answers From Leadership Podcast

Show Notes

What else would you like listeners to know about you?

I’m bilingual and we have 2 great kids back in England.

How To Avoid Feeling Stuck At Your Job

Who hasn’t had a friend complain about being stuck in their job? It might not even have been a friend. You might have felt that you were stuck in a job you hate and couldn’t get away.

This even happens to leaders.

you're not stuck at your job

Why We Feel Stuck At Our Jobs

Feeling stuck at your job is a painful feeling. Not only does it bring on a sense of dread, feeling like you don’t have an option when it comes to your work drains the life out of you.

I’ve been there. My wife has been there. And I know plenty of friends who have felt that way.

We lose a bit of ourselves the longer we feel stuck. the more life is sucked from us.

Now, there’s plenty of ways one can feel stuck at their job.

People feel stuck when they don’t have the education to advance