Why Anger at Work is Good

It may seem counter intuitive, but anger at work can be a good thing.  Just ask Dr. Deanna Geddes who's spent 20 years researching and writing on the topic.  She'll be lecturing on Wednesday, February 20th on how company managers can benefit from understanding workplace anger.  Come hear her speak and learn how employee anger displays are not necessarily undesirable and may even promote favorable outcomes at work. Her lecture will help managers reframe their thinking about employee anger—to understand that employee anger is not necessarily self-serving or aggressive. Consequently, managers who overcome initial, personal discomfort and offense from employee anger displays, and withhold sanctions, can increase the possibility of helpful problem solving, airing of differences, and movement forward in pursuing organizational goals. 


Register for the Workplace Anger and Continuous Improvement now.

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