How to collaborate with people you don't like
from Harvard Business Review (commentary)
Mark Nevins, a contributor for Harvard Business Review, writes: "A few months ago, a former client — let's call her Kacie — called me to check in. I had supported her through her transition when she had joined a prestigious global financial services firm several months prior. Given how deliberately and thoughtfully she'd gone through the process, I expected that our conversation would be about her early wins. Instead, Kacie confessed that she had a simple but serious problem: she wasn't getting along well with a peer-level executive — let's call her Marta. The two had gotten off on the wrong foot, and as time passed things weren’t getting any better."
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