Have you ever been mad at a colleague for being habitually late for client meetings?
Is there someone at work who is disorganized and counts on you for finding misplaced items?
Do these behaviors stress you out internally?
If so, you will enjoy this post which is about letting go of your anger and gaining back control.
Many of you have heard me say, “You can’t put your head on anyone else’s shoulders.“ These words help my clients when they get angry at a person.
You may be extremely organized and send out client proposals immediately. Your colleague or direct report may be a procrastinator. You can change your actions and can’t change a person who is always late, negative, or just a mediocre worker.
Of course, if you are a leader may need to send your direct reports to workshops or classes. You need to discipline others due to productivity issues. Your star employees will appreciate this – big time!
Stop getting mad at a person when they can’t help being late, passive, or disorganized. Believe me when I say these behaviors are barriers which will stop them from their own success.
Stay tuned because I am developing new coaching strategies which include knowing your triggers and how you can become less stressed by others’ actions. I will share this new information soon! I promise. 🙂
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This is Joyce Weiss, Corporate Communication Strategist and Career Coach
Until next time, Remember…”You Get What You Tolerate!”