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Leader time: 5 ways to remove profane language at work

Peter DeMarco answers leadership questions from readers. Q: Pete, our workplace is filled with cussing from the chief executive to the customer service rep. I hear f-bombs, s-words and JC/GD at least three or four times a week each. Right now I am the only one reminding my coworkers to “watch your language,” but I know others are thinking the same. I’m starting to feel like the office grandmother at 34 years old! What should I do? Answer: Don’t give up.
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