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Manage episode 204847740 series 2138205
What should you do if you find yourself working for a leader who humiliates you in front of other employees? What should you do if you are the kind of leader who has a tendency to react emotionally in the moment?
The panel welcomes Jennifer Mejia, a Talent Acquisition Specialist as the voice of the employee. The panel of leaders discuss ways to deal with these kind of manager and coping skills for leaders who find themselves in this situation.
1. Find your trigger. What behavior, when done by others, makes you react emotionally.
2. Learn to apologize. The most powerful word in the English language is I'm sorry. If you made a mistake that affected your team. Apologize, they will thank you for it.
3. Learn to ask for feedback. How was your day? How did that interaction go? What could I do better for you?
Feedback is a two way street, you must teach people how to treat you and it begins with asking questions. What could I be doing better? Can I give you some feedback?
The Untethered Soul - Michael A. Singer
Triggers - Marshall Goldsmith
Great at Work - Morten T. Hansen