Forgiveness in the Workplace
Can forgiving that bad boss you had help your career? Probably. Charles Griswold of The New York Times, joins in on the power and value of letting go of on-the-job resentments.
For years, members of the scientific community, such as the Mayo Clinic, have been explaining how the toxic cluster of emotion related to resentment, impairs thinking processes and negatively affects physical ones such as blood pressure. One of the reasons why forgiveness is gaining so much attention in the business world is because of the current pace and volatility of the economy. You can't hope to navigate such a climate if you're stuck in resentment mode.