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When Anger Costs Too Much - Articles Surfing
--Men are like steel: when they lose their temper, they lose their worth.
Anger, Rage and violence be distruptive to any work enviroment. Agression in the work place not only effective the chemistry of your company it can effect the bottomline.
Kenneth is a Vice President at a major music record company here in Los Angeles. He makes over $100, 000 a year and has worked with some of today's top R&B and Rap artists. Kenneth was raised in New York City and developed a unique style in dealing with conflict.
The record label's human resource division made special arrangements for Kenneth to receive private Executive Anger Management coaching. You see, it would appear that Kenneth was involved in a conflict with another employee in his office. Accompanied by his driver/bodyguard, Kenneth reluctantly entered my office. He was obviously in no mood to participate in twelve sessions of Anger Management education.
As the hours progressed he slowly began to open up. He admitted that he had threatened the life of an entry- level employee in the building. According to Kenneth this employee blatantly stole some items out of his office.
Where Kenneth came from, it was only natural for him to respond to a threat with a threat. It was a matter of respect of course, but Kenneth failed to realize that he was no longer on the streets of New York City. He had entered the corporate world of worker's comp claims, administrative leaves and lawsuits. Consequently, Kenneth was suspended with out pay from his job and forced to take Anger Management classes. Towards the end of the class Kenneth was fully aware that he had to change the way he dealt with his anger. His current way just cost too much.
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