June 2007
NAFE Magazine;Summer2007, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p4
The article offers a four-step process for unhooking by employees. According to book author Kathi Elster, the process must be executed in order. First step, Elster suggests to try deep breathing, exercising, a bath, or meditation. Second, she advises to ask oneself about his or her situation and options. Third, the author suggests to communicate without anger, judgment, or blame. Lastly, Elster recommends the use of business tools and standard office procedures that personalize the situation.


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