5 Behaviors of Levelheaded Leaders

By Bonnie Artman Fox / September 1, 2016
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Conflict Management Pattern: Levelheaded The term “levelheaded” is often used to describe someone who is calm, balanced, not overly reactive, and able to stay reasonable and rationale during times of stress or conflict. When people are in deadlocked argument, being “levelheaded” can break the impasse. This is a person whose presence can diffuse anxiety and…

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How to Manage Abrasive Employee Behavior

By Bonnie Artman Fox / January 1, 2016
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Learn How to Manage Abrasive Employee Behavior   Do you have employees that rub others the wrong way?   Perhaps you have talked with them about complaints you have received, and their behavior improves for awhile, but gradually behaviors such as yelling, over-control, micromanaging, intimidation, and public humiliation have gradually returned. Most likely, they are…

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