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In this article from CNN Business, learn how to maintain workplace civility amid polarized views with advice from HR expert Christy Pruitt-Haynes from the NeuroLeadership Institute.

“It’s a fair bet that you work with some people whose views differ strongly from yours on politically and emotionally charged issues — the upcoming US presidential election, Donald Trump’s criminal indictments, Gaza, reproductive rights and climate change, to name just a few.

Or maybe you just differ on how threatening those issues are. Sometimes someone with strong views can be unnerved by a person who thinks nothing is ever a big deal, and vice-versa.

Either way, the question is: How can we keep our conversations about any of these lightening rod issues from derailing our ability to work well together?”

Read more in CNN Business.

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