Making Changes – What Is Troubling You?

Troublesome emotions like anxiety, depression, guilt, shame, anger, hurt, jealousy and envy can occur at different times in our lives. They can be associated with lots of different kinds of events. But sometimes they occur when most people would think there should be nothing to worry about. And they can be very difficult to deal with.

How To Get On With The Boss

You’re not a powerless victim. When it comes to your boss, then you’re more in control than you think. It’s a case of understanding what makes them tick, why they react as they do, and then approaching situations in the right way to get the best out of your boss.

Managing traumatic stress

It is important for you to realize that there is not one “standard” pattern of reaction to the extreme stress of traumatic experiences. Some people respond immediately, while others have delayed reactions — sometimes months or even years later. Some have adverse effects for a long period of time, while others recover rather quickly.

Managing traumatic stress: Tips for recovering from disasters and other traumatic events

It is important for you to realize that there is not one “standard” pattern of reaction to the extreme stress of traumatic experiences. Some people respond immediately, while others have delayed reactions — sometimes months or even years later. Some have adverse effects for a long period of time, while others recover rather quickly.

Career Development – Dealing With A Difficult Boss – Part 2 Books To Help

You’re not a powerless victim. When it comes to your boss, then you’re more in control than you think. It’s a case of understanding what makes them tick, why they react as they do, and then approaching situations in the right way to get the best out of your boss.

Be Successful – Making A Personal Change – Part 4 Identify what is most difficult for you

You need to identify what is most difficult for you about the change. This is important because it helps you get to the root of the problem and so you avoid spending too much time on the peripheral issues.

Career Development – Dealing With A Boss Who Feels Jealous.

How you should respond, if you begin to suspect your boss is feeling jealous.

Be Successful – Making A Personal Change – Part 3 Be Clear About What Is Troubling You

Troublesome emotions like anxiety, depression, guilt, shame, anger, hurt, jealousy and envy can occur at different times in our lives. They can be associated with lots of different kinds of events. But sometimes they occur when most people would think there should be nothing to worry about. And they can be very difficult to deal with.

Career Development – Dealing with a difficult boss

Use the power of good relationship building before and during all negotiations with your difficult boss. People sometimes forget than former opponents often make the strongest allies. You may find that a well managed approach, working things through with your boss and trying to see their point of view will earn you respect over time. It may even mean you get that! .