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Dan Rose

A confrontation is usually a conversation with heightened emotions. Sometimes it is a result of unresolved conflict. Sometimes it is a cause of future conflict. And sometimes, if managed properly, it can be the beginning of greater trust and understanding. But first, you must learn to control your fear of confrontation. Reasons people fear confrontation Charley Reid from LovePanky.com says there are six reasons that…


Dan Rose

The other day, I got into a conversation with my oldest son, who is about three years into his management career. He was filling me in on some of the things going on at his work and I noticed something. He often has people from other departments coming to him to ask advice, pick his brain and even to get things off their chest. It…


Brenda Smyth

  The human brain has a natural tendency to give weight to (and remember) negative experiences or interactions more than positive ones—they stand out more. Psychologists refer to this as negativity bias. “Our brains are wired to scout for the bad stuff” and fixate on the threat, says psychologist and author Rick Hanson. “The brain…


Cameron Bishop

As a boss, it’s always thrilling to watch an employee grow in confidence, skill and professionalism. And, when you’ve had a part in that growth, it is the best feeling. Sometimes the best thing you can do is help employees identify the negative behaviors that are holding them back from achieving more. You know what they say: The first step to recovery is recognizing that…