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Kennett, Miranda
November 2002
Management Today;Nov2002, p110
Trade Publication
Discusses ways to deal with disappointment resulting from not being chosen for a due promotion. Obstructive behavior as a result of bitterness on not being given a promotion; Benefits of sharing disappointment with superiors.


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