Office politics are about power and competition. Making them work for—rather than against—you takes a healthy dose of self-assertion and adaptability.When German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche said, “Join power with love,” he wasn’t talking about sleeping your way to the top. He meant using power to do good.
Rather than eschew power (because you associate it with violence), you should seek it out and embrace it. After all, isn’t it better for someone like you to have the power to do good? Or would you rather leave it in the hands of all those greedy, unethical people you detest? Just because you dislike the connivers’ methods doesn’t mean you have to let them win. Read More at EmploymentCrossing
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