Workplace Attitudes Quotes

Quotes tagged as "workplace-attitudes" (showing 1-7 of 7)
Sheryl Sandberg
“When a woman excels at her job, both male and female coworkers will remark that she may be accomplishing a lot, but is “not well-liked by her peers.” She is probably also “too aggressive,” “not a team player,” “a bit political,” “can’t be trusted,” or “difficult.”
Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

“As you become aware of life, you will begin to see the root cause to all your actions and reactions. Then you will realize that you are not angry with the child because he made a mistake, but because you get pleasure out of being angry. The mistake was only a excuse.”
Osho, Bliss: Living beyond happiness and misery

“Accepting employment in any organization requires the new employee to adjust their personality in order to meld in with the operable business environment and applicable social climate. An employee whom cannot parrot the ideas, standards, mores, and ethical mandates of their professional organization might endure a turbulently relationship that will expose their core ideology.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Tracy Krimmer
“This is my court and I control the balls on it.”
Tracy Krimmer, Dating for Decades

Judith Flanders
“Ben is twenty-six, and this is his first job. He is small, weedy, and terribly, terribly serious about his work. His. Not anyone else’s. He despises everyone else’s. He has, however, produced our only literary fiction in the last two years that has sold over five thousand copies, so people listen to him. Which is a pity, since he doesn’t really have anything to say.”
Judith Flanders, A Murder of Magpies

Emily Matchar
“Many men no longer want to be identified just by their jobs," said Bengt Westerberg, the country's former deputy prime minister.”
Emily Matchar, Homeward Bound: Why Women are Embracing the New Domesticity