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Understanding Anger

When leading a business, understanding how anger and conflict are related is important in problem solving around conflict with employees and family members. Review these presentations to learn more.

Anger has both direct and indirect effects. Indirectly, it creates anxiety and distrust in others. What's This Anger About Anyway?

Managing anger in situations where you don't have influence is hard. Anger: When You Do Not Have Influence.

When managing conflict, leaders often concentrate on the conflicting people rather than the issues of conflict. The target needs to be the underlying cause of conflict. Anger and the Conflict Cycle.