The fear of losing can make a calm mind restless - Aniket S Sharma
Part 1 of this series looked prevention of communication breakdown, by understanding WHY we get upset.
Part 2 identified how to recognize when a conversation is starting to go awry, through nonverbal cues. Despite our best efforts, there will be times when we lose control of the situation.
Part 3 explores what you can do to 1.) manage your 'inner lizard' and 2.) how to react to others to diffuse tense situations.
Tags: communication, workplace / employee relationships, diversity (DEI), inclusivity/inclusion, leadership
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