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#7 Direct discussion. Sometimes, the office jerk doesn’t know they are one. This is NOT an invitation for you to show them the light. No one ever, ever, ever had this conversation and it turned out well. Forget about it. Stop fantasizing about it. It’s over.
But if you can figure out a way to ask this person what’s wrong, you may have a shot at expressing your discomfort.

“You seem a little rattled. What’s up?” OR “I’m finding it hard to get what I need from you. What am I missing?” Yeah, I know this sounds like you are taking the blame. Hold that thought.

#8 Take the blame.

It’s a great technique. I mean GREAT. This works at work and at home. Here’s how it sounds:

(Instructor making sure everyone understands the directions): “Where was I unclear on what we are about to do?” vs. “Who doesn’t get it?”

(Coworker trying to get response from email): “I bet my email wasn’t specific. What do you need from me to make sure you respond to a second email?” vs. “I’m tired of having to follow-up with you. What’s your answer?”

So what if you take the hit? You’re the strong one here, right? Strong people can take the hit. Weak people deflect the blame and look like jackasses.

That’s just science. :)

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