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As a manager, you have the responsibility to create an safe environment where offensive and intimidating behavior is not tolerated.

I think that most of us who habitually people-please are well aware that it makes us vulnerable to mean, controlling people, but to hear it said so matter-of-factly was a real a-ha moment for me.

People-pleasing doesn't just drain you and prevent you from getting your true needs met.

Even worse, they lower our self-esteem in a subtle way which to the outside world goes unrecognised.

If we try to explain how we feel, these people can easily turn the conversation around, making us out to be sensitive, judgemental and in the wrong.

If you struggle with this, here are some tips that might help: 1) Cultivate awareness If you're like me, people-pleasing has been something you've done for a lifetime. Notice when in your heart you genuinely want to do something for someone versus when you're doing something just because someone else wants you to, or you want to manipulate the situation, or you fear consequences if you don't do it.

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