Break retaliatory cycle by understanding it better

Adkins, Ben
October 2004
Fort Worth Business Press;10/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 42, p45
Offers advice for businesspeople on breaking conflicts or the retaliatory cycle with other individuals. Information on the retaliatory cycle; Background on the perception stage in the cycle; Details of acting out with coercive power plays or distancing withdrawal tactics.


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