CHAPTER SEVENDoesn’t Figuring Out Everybody’s Differences at Work Take Too Much Time Away from Work?

Dear Diversity Diva:

I go to work to work, not to make friends. Instead of worrying about diversity and differences and getting along with and understanding people, shouldn’t I just be doing my job as a manager? Shouldn’t I just be paying attention to how the people I manage do theirs? Aren’t you asking me to do more than they pay me to do?

Signed,I Work Hard for the Money

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In an ideal world, people wouldn’t have to worry about getting along with other people. But the world has never been ideal.

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