How to deal with an imtimadating
Because we all feel insecure at time, we often sympathize with someone who expresses his insecurity, especially if he seems weak, passive, or frightened.
In every workplace, you will have difficult coworkers.
Dealing with difficult coworkers, bosses, customers, clients, and friends is an art worth perfecting.
Dealing with difficult situations at work is challenging, yet rewarding.
You can vastly improve your own work environment and morale when you increase your ability to deal with the people at work.
One secret to gaining confidence with aggressive people is to understand that often the aggression comes from that person feeling insecure.
You will rarely find a happy, self confident person being abusive to someone else. I thought the following quote was a really good explanation of this: "Insecure people often seek control over others.The key to doing this is to understand the dynamics of intimidation and the motivation of those who attempt to wield it.If we do, it can never inhibit our actions and control us.how do you deal (or not deal) with intimidating situations? This past week I wrote an article for Tips on Life and Love called, 5 Essential Pieces for The Perfect Fall Wardrobe. Book News Lessons from Madame Chic comes out next Tuesday!To lead up to the celebration, there are giveaways taking place on the following blogs this week: The Simply Luxurious Life (thank you, Shannon, for the lovely article too! The use of power, authority, position and status to intimidate workers into compliance is, at many companies, considered to be one of the most effective of management’s bag of coercive tools.