Title

Managing Passive Aggression

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Article

Publication Date

7-21-2020

Abstract

Do you have a passive-aggressive co-worker and don't know how to handle them? Are you ever worried that you're the passive-aggressive one, but feel powerless to change? Getting Ethics to Work’s resident ethicist Andy Cullison and producer Kate Berry discuss the moral psychology of passive aggression and give you some action steps to help manage it in the workplace! On this episode and every episode, we dig into the complicated moral issues people face at work. If you have a workplace dilemma you need some help with, send your story to our producer Kate at katherineberry@depauw.edu. For this episode’s transcript, click here.

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Psychology Today's definition of passive aggression "15 Red Flags of Passive-Aggressive Behavior at Work" by Signe Witson psychological safety Our listener's question about passive-aggression was in response to this episode of Getting Ethics to Work Further listening from Getting Ethics to Work: "Is It Ever Okay to Make Fun of Your Coworker?" Credits: Thanks to Smallbox for designing our logo and website. Thank you to Brian Price for editing and mixing each episode.Brass Buttons” by Blue Dot Sessions From www.sessions.blue CC BY-NC 4.0 To contact us, email katherineberry@depauw.edu

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