Confronting dishonesty at its core
No one likes being lied to. Although, according to research, many of us do engage in some form of lying on a daily basis. Usually it’s in the form of” little white lies” like when your friend or colleague asks “How do you like my new haircut?”
But, the truth is not all lies are created equal and neither are the effects of those lies. When it comes to truthfulness in your work life, If you’re dealing with a colleague or team member who you know is lying, it can make for a tricky workplace situation. In this article for Democrat and Chronicle, Beth Sears, PhD provides some insight on how to detect a lie, how to assess its potential harm, and how best to handle the situation.
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