Find the formula for teamwork
There's almost always daily drama in practice that at minimum distracts us—and at its worst, derails our day. This isn't to say that our coworkers are always at fault. It just means that any time you get two people together, there's likely to be the occasional spat. It helps to have a strategy for the dramas we face to better deal with them. Let's look at some surefire stress busters to deal with daily practice drama:
The Drama Dictator
1. The situation will improve, even temporarily. Just remember, you may need to repeat the process. If you're having to repeat too often or you don't have managerial support, you need to decide how much drama is too much for you.
2. The Drama Dictator will test you. This may include creating severe drama for you to deal with. Be strong and resolute and know you're only trying to improve the team. When the Drama Dictator unloads on you, your manager should have no course but to terminate the Drama Dictator. If not, you may be stuck with the drama. At that point your leader has clearly indicated a preference for the Drama Dictator's chaos. In this case, it may be time to find another job.