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Amalia Francalangia
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Advocating for Top Talent in the US
Challenging Coworker
Hi everyone! I have a junior colleague who is perceived somewhat differently by management than by the individual contributors on our team. Management recognizes that she has some growth areas, but they don't realize the negative impact her continued lack of EQ is for everyone who has to work with her. I don't work with her that closely, even though I have observed these behaviors repeatedly, but as a senior member of the team, I'm trying to determine the best way to make management aware of how she is perceived on the team, especially because she could be up for a promotion in the near future. Should I encourage those who do work closely with her to speak up? Should I get their buy-in and act as a mouthpiece for them? I think this has become a significant enough issue that staying silent is not an option. I would appreciate any advice and can certainly elaborate if you have any questions. Thanks!
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