Why so serious? Let's put a smile on that face
Why are you angry all the time?
Some common anger triggers include personal problems, such as missing a promotion at work or relationship difficulties. A problem caused by others such as cancelling plans last minute. Or perhaps stuck in bad traffic or getting into a car accident caused by the other driver.
At workplace, getting angry or snapping at others can be viewed as extremely negative. It can further cause issues for employees or managers to be a team player or even seen as a performer.
Below are some tips to manage your anger to a positive engagement:
1. Think before you speak
2. Pause before sending an angry email
3. Exercise regularly
4. Take a timeout from a complex situation
5. Don't attack the person, focus on the issue at hand.
6. Look for a solution
7. Listen first before judging.
8. Use humour to diffuse the situation
Anger doesn’t solve anything, don’t waste your time in anger and regrets.
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