How to Work with Someone Who Has a Strong Ego

Protect your energy. Work toward these short and long-term behavioral improvements.

Over the past year, I have asked many team members and leaders across the world: What is your primary obstacle in the way of successful collaboration and progress at work? By far, the #1 answer has been EGO, or working with someone who has a strong ego. In this article, I’m addressing ego at work and…

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Hilary Jane Grosskopf

Hilary Jane Grosskopf

Systems engineer, leadership strategist, writer, and yogi. Founder of Awake Leadership Solutions. Author of the Awake Leadership and Awake Ethics guidebooks.

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