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12 Tips to Crimp Crummy Workplace Gossip
For years I have said, “Please spread positive gossip!” I like the idea of people spreading good news about other people. It’s a lovely idea to celebrate the role models and the ordinary heroes in our circle. But there is a shadow side to spreading the word about others. It’s about nasty rumours spread by the vehicle of gossip.
Actually the word, gossip classically indicates lies about others. The Oxford Dictionary defines gossip as:
Casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people, typically involving details which are not confirmed as true.”
Yes, regrettably, people negatively gossip for a variety of reasons and rumors spread. It sounds something like this, “I heard from Lois that Mary said that Jane is messing around with the boss.” Jane inevitably becomes what is called a victim of gossip.
Why People Negatively Gossip
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