Posted on February 9, 2015 by Sandy Pardue

There is no place for criticalness, fault-finding, loathing, bellyaching, complaining, or grumbling in an office.

Anyone in the office who is there to do their job and improve their surroundings including, our patients and themselves, will not badmouth circumstances, situations, or other people. They will especially not do this behind other’s backs.

If someone is giving you a hard time then the proper thing to do is discuss it with the individual who is doing it or the person who’s job it is to handle the situation to your satisfaction. If this proves fruitless, then go to your next superior.

Would you sit by idly and watch another harm a person or thing of value whether it is by oral or physical means?

Could you sit by idly and watch another harm himself or herself by doing so? I think not, and in that case you (as hard as it may be for you to do so) must take responsibility when you see such behavior and see to it that either you correct it or report it to the proper person to get it handled.

In this way by eliminating the negative we all will be able to see the good side of everybody and there will be so much to see. I’m excited thinking about it!