Dealing with anger in the workplace
- Posted on April 10th, 2013 filed in Magazine
An interview with Dr. Donald E. Gibson: A leading expert on organizational behavior, Gibson’s research interests include organizational role models, anger and aggression in the workplace and individual emotional management in organizations…
Business Journal: What does it mean if someone is expressing anger at work?
Gibson: “Expressing anger is a signal that something is wrong in a workplace and needs to be addressed. Often, anger arises from feelings of inequity: the notion that a person is feeling treated unfairly. Other causes are when a person’s goals are blocked or when a worker has a conflict with another worker.”
Published in Fairfield County Business Journal, Westchester County Business Journal on 4/4/13