Mitigating the cost of non-change to others

Being in a relationship – whether at work or at home – means being cognizant of the cost of our behaviours and decisions to those around us. If you’re not going to change you still have the “duty to mitigate”. That means you need to do what you can, within reason, to reduce the impacts of your actions (or inaction) for others. – Stone and Heen, 2014

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