Some conflict is normal and inevitable within any organization. But too much anger and too many disagreements can't help but harm productivity and lower morale.
Working Anger provides guidelines for handling conflict in ways that actually improve performance and help build positive attitudes. It offers a practical, step-by-step program designed to help prevent unnecessary conflicts and successfully resolve disagreements when they do arise.
This book is for anyone who has had trouble dealing with their own frustration or who has become the target of someone else's anger at work. It's also for supervisors or managers who are interested in helping their staff get along more effectively. In a rapidly changing business climate
where a new emphasis on team building has intensified the interdependency among employees, Working Anger is a key resource for healthy organizations and their employees.
About the Author(s)
RONALD T. POTTER-EFRON is Director of the Anger Management Center of First
Things First Counseling and Consulting Center in Fau Claire, Wisconsin. His
many publications include Being, Belonging, Doing, Angry All the Time,
Letting Go of Anger, Letting Go of Shame, and Anger, Alcoholism, and