Are you oblivious to your inappropriate behavior?

03/11/2012 | Washington Post, The

If you behave the same way with your buddies as you would with a company CEO, you might need to increase your self-awareness, Joyce E. A. Russell writes. "Research has shown that high self-monitors are social chameleons, adapting their attitudes and behaviors to suit different situations. They are better able to present themselves in socially desirable ways and are able to adjust to new situations more effectively than low self-monitors," she writes.

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