BizQuiz: Should I share this gossip?

BizQuiz: Should I share this gossip?

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Mar 16, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

2. Don't say it. You may be telling a version of the story to justify your own position. If your confidants respond the way you want, the alliance may grow to involve others, and thus, gossip may become self-sustaining and destructive to emotions, morale, and the workplace.

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