A person’s attitude represents how they feel or their state
of mind about something. For example, one can have a good (or
positive) attitude toward their work, usually meaning that they
feel good about their work, their job, their organization, etc.
Many features of working in an organization can cause a person
to have a poor attitude about their jobs and organizations (that
is, they feel bad about their jobs and organizations), e.g., inadequate
compensation, conflicts with their supervisor, inconsistent or
conflicting communications from senior management, unfulfilling
work, hostile communications between employees, etc. Some people
adopt a poor attitude because that is their way “of being
in the world,” i.e., they often resent their environment no
matter what is going on around them. Some people feel poorly about
themselves, which affects their attitude about their environment,
as well. In contrast, some people work hard to keep a positive
attitude. These people often have better overall health and can
effectively address major challenges in the workplace, as well.
Various Perspectives on Attitude
for Changing Our Thoughts, Attitudes, Self-Concept …
Boring Work? Or Your Missed Opportunity?
Best Inspiring Anecdotes of All Times
(a little academic …)
How to Overcome Negativity in the Workplace
Choosing Our Reality
Control Your Own Destiny
Creating High Energy Environments
Call to Action
Apathy and Cynicism Zap Our Spirit
Avoiding Pity City and the Victimitis Virus
Are Poor Attitudes Justified?
How to Survive in an Unhappy Workplace
How to Handle the Pessimist on Your Team
HR Giving Thanks
Don’t Forget to Give Thanks for the Hard Stuff Too
Personal Accountability has No Victims
The Power of Choice
and Inspiring Yourself
Learn More in the Library’s Blogs Related to Attitude
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posts. Also, see the section “Recent Blog Posts” in the sidebar of
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The blog also links to numerous free related resources.
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