You may need a little extra transition between time off and work as the week gets started. Create a stress-busting buffer with a workout, take a meeting off-site, work from home if you can. Speaking of buffers, avoid one-on-ones with your boss or a partner around Wednesday and Thursday. A third party or a team can help mediate a difference of opinion. Anyone who's taking an every-person-for-themselves approach has a tough job toward the end of the week. Create an environment where everyone's pitching in toward a common goal. A tangible reward helps!
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