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Learn to Fight Anger and Frustration when Managing People

By Nathan Brown T Subscribe to RSS | December 16th 2011 | Views:

Whatever profession we may be in, for the most part of our life we do people management without our even knowing about it. At home, you manage your spouse, parents, children and even yourself. As you may have experienced, managing can be a very difficult task; often you have to take the other persons psyche into consideration, the environment in which you work and your limitations in terms of authority that you exert over them. Even the most powerful men and women on earth need to be a little accommodating lest they get things go out of control. Once things get out of control, you can expect rebellion, which is the last thing you may want. If you are not sure about what I am trying to say then watch the many shows that you see on Satellite TV. They can give you the much needed insight, especially the soap operas; they are totally about people management, dealing with emotions…

When dealing with people you should normally expect to encounter anger and frustration, the two most common emotions that can wreak havoc on you. It is either you are the other falling prey to it. They will drain your energy beyond repair, and that includes broken relationships, like in marriages or friendship that you have painstakingly built over many years meticulously. Often the reason why we fail to manage people is the way anger takes over us, and this single factor alone if controlled, will go a long way in making you a successful manager.

Here are some ways to control anger.

1. Patience is the word to watch out for; practice it and see how the devil called anger disappears instantly. Patience can mean many things for many people. For some it simply means avoiding a heated argument that is imminent. So the next time you see the likelihood of an undesirable debate on an insignificant issue, try wriggling out of it. Many times allowing a little time to lapse will have a curative effect on all those involved; either you or the others involved will see the futility of engaging in heated debates. Give that a try and you will understand why I am saying it.

2. Be willing to forgive and forget even if that means making a sacrifice. There can be nothing more sinful than planning revenges. Revenges need extraordinary planning, will require the help of others, and will certainly drain your energy and resources. Of what use is revenge, if you are going to lose more than your adversary?

3. Keeping the negatively oriented people out of your life is an excellent strategy, if you can help it. Those negatively inclined are more likely to bring others into their fold. They will have scores of arguments, and some of them can be really convincing. They will have umpteen arguments in support of the position that they take and fervently rely upon to press their point. By keeping them out of your view you will be doing yourself a favor and for those around him. If keeping them out is not a distinct possibility, then let it be at its minimum.

4. Lastly step into your adversaries shoes to see if you have made a proper appraisal of yourself. Not always you can be correct, like anyone else; you too may have your shortcomings that you will want to avoid. Be honest about what you learn about yourself. If you think you have taken the wrong side, make amends as fast as you can, and don’t fail to admit your mistakes. By admitting your mistakes, which is usually a difficult decision, you are actually letting everyone know that you are receptive to others ideas.

Nathan Brown T - About Author:
Nathan Brown is a freelance writer and likes to write about people management. People management these days has become an important part of the organizational culture and there are a lots of shows aired on cable TV available from some of the popular services like Dish TV.

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