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Maintaining standards and solving problems at work need not be confrontational. The most effective demonstrations of power and leadership occur subtly without anger, aggression or disrespect. Research demonstrates that brain processing shuts down with intensity, making effective problem solving impossible. Resolving both the emotional and logical components of workplace dysfunction bypasses the collateral damage caused by forced compliance.

Encourage self-worth with simple changes like asking questions that respect individual views rather than making aggressive statements that breed defensiveness. Instead of declaring “ You can’t do that!” inquire “What do you make of this?” This small shift paves a path for safe dialogue with mutual respect. Emotionally informed leaders recognize when their internal obstacles interfere with professional goals and take the steps to correct them. You can create and maximize these foundational skills in your workplace.

Individual consultations and targeted programs are available to provide solutions for your specific employee concerns.