Lindenfield, Gael
May 2001
Management Today;May2001, p87
Trade Publication
Provides tips for handling anger as a stressbuster and for building personal relationships in the workplace. Effects of deep slow inhalations prior to anger expression; Benefits of a low voice tone; Acknowledgement of the problems of others.


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