Transcript for Participants reflect on 'GMA's' new rules of the workplace conversation
Really tired or it's just to work he gets to face on your personal relationship with each person ever friendship or there's something evolving at that goes beyond the confines are absolutely. Anything you can have a convenient you know he felt analysts and I think that's of reporting relationship where there's. I hate to see it eats difference it has become a little. Difficult have my compliments you relationships or to comment from me on the work. 'cause it is sort of interesting here that I don't need somebody commenting on me or my body and so forth but for someone you know may be do you see a difference in the way you reps approached. Things in your twenties verses where they are. There was acceptance. Comes up as much broader. Are about just. Being free and and having what we consider sort of jocular Fonality charter. That a compliment was part of a day's and it was a way to communicate and to. And actor and maybe start a conversation. And that it was but because things have become so self conscious. It's Andrew Lawler tests of such a different place. I don't. And there's Hartford. And region because there's a little boys are gonna take him as a part that was fun when Oltmanns lot looser honestly.
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