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professionals. One of my associates is very negative and does minimal work.
While he meets quota, he could do so much more and his negativity impacts
the other members of our team. He’s been with our company for a number of
years and it seems no one has done anything. How should I handle it?Regardless
of where you work there seems to be someone who is negative, enjoys gossiping
or whose pessimistic view dampens the rest of the team. Creating chaos,
causing difficulties between coworkers and starting debates in meetings are
some of the behaviors exhibited by this Negative Nelly. Always providing an
excuse, knowing just who to blame and taking any minor event and making it
into a major catastrophe, this person manages to manipulate the situation
to deflect attention from him. In summary, this person seems to be able to
do or say whatever they want to the dismay of their coworkers.Paying The Price
Managers often do not know how to handle this type of situation and therefore,
the person seems to get away with the behavior; but this doesn’t happen without
a price. The entire organization suffers in both obvious and not so obvious
ways.Obvious ways can be disgruntled staff, staff turnover, complaints and
a pervasive negative energy when dealing with this person or with the
department where he or she works. The loss of even one employee can be very
costly to your organization. And when your employees are distracted, their
performance and their productivity suffer. When employees aren’t working at
their level of excellence, there’s an opportunity cost for the organization.
The time and energy spent thinking about and talking about this person’s
actions could be better spent performing their job duties.Not so obvious
impacts can occur in the form of customer dissatisfaction or lost revenue.
This means, the impact on the company is difficult to measure from a lost
customer. If the customer has a bad experience, not only do they take their
business elsewhere, they harbor adverse feelings toward your company and tell
others about their unpleasant experiences.Permitting a difficult employee
to negatively impact your organization, rather than dealing with their
behavior, is costly to your organization. If not addressed, their behavior
often continues until something happens that makes it impossible to
ignore.Tolerating The Behavior First of all, the behavior is the issue not
the person. The person is wonderful; the behavior is not. Confusing these
two elements can cause managers and coworkers not to act. If you fear hurting
the person’s feelings, then you are addressing the person rather than the
behavior.Although the individual has performed well in the past or meets the
requirements for their position, if their current work performance is not
satisfactory, it needs to be addressed. While past performance often predicts
future performance, it’s not a guarantee. Deal with what’s happening right
now.Taking Notice This type of individual does not perform their drama without
an attentive audience. In what way are you contributing to or permitting their
negative behavior? By listening to the gossip, by permitting the negative
interruptions in meetings and by allowing the poor treatment of customers,
everyone on the team contributes to the success of a negative person. Yes,
their success. If they are able to get away with the negativity, if they find
a captive audience and take you away from doing what you need to do, then
they are successful.Negativity requires nourishment to develop and grow. Not
acting against the negativity causes it to continue and to flourish. What
are you doing – or not doing – to contribute to the negativity infecting those
on your team?Coaching Tips: Raising The Bar Each time this person attempts
to draw you into the negativity, say no. If the person gossips, tell them
that you don’t want to hold a conversation about someone who is not present.
If the person starts to whine or complain, say something like, “Now I know
what you don’t like. Could you tell me what you do like?” This will focus
them on a discussion based on positives. Eventually, they will get the message
that if they want to talk to you, it better be a worthwhile conversation or
comment.If there are set guidelines and expectations for productivity, then
refer to those policies when speaking to or redirecting this person. When
you focus their attention on your expectations for productivity, it shifts
the energy of the relationship toward achieving their goals. Please know,
this person may not know they are being negative. In addition, the individual
may not recognize how their negativity affects others. When you point out
the undesirable behavior in a nonjudgmental way, you allow this person to
start looking at the impact of their behavior.As you learn to stop tolerating
this kind of behavior in your presence, you allow the other person to learn
from your high standards. Or, they may find someone else to listen to them.
If your entire team requires excellence from all its members, it will be
difficult for this person to survive in the unit or department without
changing their ways.Julie Fuimano, MBA, BSN, RN is a personal and professional
development coach/consultant and author of “101 Tips For Developing The
Leader In You!” Her passion is coaching executives, managers, entrepreneurs
and professionals to manage their time, set priorities and stay focused so
they can grow their business, develop their teams, make more money and
experience greater personal fulfillment in their lives and career. For your
free consultation, visit Julie at http://www.nurturingyoursuccess.com,
write to her at Julie@nurturingyoursuccess.com or call her directly at (484)
530-5024.,,Anger is one of the less noble of human emotions. We tend to beat
ourselves up when we get angry. After the emotion dies down, we feel a little
foolish for losing control. As Ben Franklin saidAnger is never without a
reason, but seldom a good one.However, Aristotle probably took a more
realistic view of human nature when he said:,Anyone can become angry – that
is easy, but to be angry with the right person at the right time, and for
the right purpose and in the right way – that is not within everyone’s power
and that is not easy.Here, Aristotle touches on the fact that anger is part
of the basic human emotional repertoire for good reason. If we didn’t
get angry, we wouldn’t still be here. But rationalizing anger in a
positive way is a very rare ability.,Air Rage,I’ve had lots of
opportunities to contemplate the nature of anger this week. In what was
supposed to be a quick 24 hour trip down to Las Vegas (which has never been
on my list of favorite cities) and back, I had two flights cancelled for
mysterious reasons, was bumped from a first class seat back to a jammed couch
cabin next to someone who apparently thought no one would ever notice if he
passed gas constantly on a 2 hour flight, had to spend an unexpected night
in a dumpy hotel in Seattle with a bunch of religiously fervent believers
who were up til 1 am every night speaking in tongues (which apparently needs
to be done at very high volume) and was away from my family for 14 hours longer
than expected. Yes, I got a little hot under the collar.,How We Get
Angry,Let’s go back to the basics. Why do we get angry? First,
let’s understand that anger, along with fear and physical attraction,
are probably our oldest hardwired emotions. They’re an embedded part
of our neural circuitry that have been hundreds of millions of years in the
making. Anger makes up one half of the fight or flight mechanism.,I say this
to reinforce the fact that we cannot chose whether or not we can get angry.
All we can do is chose what to do with that anger. At the subconscious level,
you will pick up cues and the core of your brain, the brain stem working
together with the amygdala in the limbic system, will determine if anger is
the right response. Remember, this is not the highly refined neocortical part
of your brain. This is the part of your brain that is a legacy from our dark
evolutionary past. The decision to become angry is not a delicate, deliberate
and rational decision. The decision to get angry is throwing an emergency
switch. Its purpose is to get you ready for a fight, literally. It happens
in a few milliseconds. The reptilian brain doesn’t believe
there’s time for a debate about appropriate response, so there’s
no rationalization of the situation at this point. What the amygdala does
is an instantaneous shuffling through of past experience to see if we’ve
encountered anything similar in the past. It’s like a flash card deck
of emotionally charged memories. And if we find a match, even a rudimentary
one, it’s good enough for the amygdala. We use that as our plan of
action. And the rule of thumb is, the amygdala overreacts. Survival is the
objective, so it calls in the big guns.,The amygdala sends out a signal that
starts priming the body for a fight. A potent cocktail of chemicals are
released, including adrenalin, to kick the body into gear. Blood pressure
climbs, the heart starts beating faster, sending more blood to the large
muscle groups to get them ready for action. Another chemical,
norepineephrine, is also released. The purpose of this is to set the brain
on edge, making it more alert for visual cues of danger. More about this in
a bit.,Basically, our bodies operate of the premise of “shoot first,
ask questions later”. This priming the body for fight happens literally
in the blink of an eye. The alarm has been sounded and anger has been unleashed.
For right now, at least, the reptile in us is in full control.,But at this
point, the things that make us human start to kick in. Another part of the
brain, the hippocampus, is the contextual yin to the amygdala’s yang.
It picks up the detail to help us put things in the right context. The amygdala
tells us that we see a jaguar and jaguars can kill us. The hippocampus
determines whether the jaguar is in a zoo, or leaping at us from a tree. This
is the first place where our anger becomes to be contextualized. The
hippocampus is the brain’s Sgt. Joe Friday: “The facts
ma’am, just the facts”.,The next part of the process is where
the rational part of our brains steps in and starts taking control. The signals
that set the amygdala into action are then passed to the prefrontal lobes
in the neocortex. Here is where the appropriate response is determined. A
cascade of neural triggers is set off, determining how we should respond,
given a more careful consideration of the facts. Remember, this isn’t
to determine if we should get angry. That horse has already left the starting
gate. This is to determine how aggressively we should override our initial
reaction. The prefrontal lobes are our emotional brakes.,When it comes to
the effectiveness of these brakes, all people are not created equal. Some
have tremendously effective braking mechanisms. Nothing seems to perturb
them. These would be the people who were smiling and joking at 10:30 at night
in the Horizon Air customer service line at SeaTac airport, after we had found
that none of us were getting home that night.,Some of us have much less
effective braking systems. In fact, in some of us, our amygdala’s and
our prefrontal lobes seem the unfortunate habit of playing a game of one
upmanship, escalating the anger to a point totally inappropriate for the
situation. This would be the person who was storming from gate to gate,
threatening the gate agents to put him on a flight that would get him somewhere
closer to home.,When it comes to our braking systems, there’s a
right/left balance mechanism. It’s the left prefrontal lobe that seems
to be main governor on how angry we become. The right prefrontal lobe, on
the other hand, is where we harbor our negative emotions, like fear and
aggression. Daniel Goleman, in his book Emotional Intelligence, tells the
story of the husband who lost part of his right prefrontal lobe in a brain
surgery procedure, and, to the surprise of his wife, emerged as a totally
different person, more considerate, more compassionate and more
affectionate. Fellow husbands, let’s hope word of this surgical
procedure doesn’t get out. We’ll all sleep more
soundly.,Outdated Signals,Now, obviously, in today’s world, being
threatened by a hungry jaguar is probably not that common an occurrence. The
threats to us are more likely to be to our personal dignity, our sense of
fairness or our self esteem. But at the limbic level, our brain doesn’t
really make a distinction. Remember, this mechanism has been built by millions
of years of evolution. The last few thousand years of civilization
hasn’t made a dent in it. It’s at the neocortical level, the
highly plastic and adaptable part of our brain, where we make these
distinctions and by then, we’re already angry.,This is one reason why
we can feel so sheepish after an emotional outburst. Basically, our amygdala
got carried away, set us up in full fight mode, and the left prefrontal lobe
was napping on the job. We responded at a level that was out of proportion
to what was appropriate, and it wasn’t until we cooled down a little
that we realized it. This is when our wife looks at us after we lose it with
the service agent at the lost baggage counter and say, “why did you
get so angry?” (the “idiot” that follows this statement
is usually implied, but not always) And somehow, “I was ready to fight
to the death to ensure our survival as a species” just doesn’t
seem like the right thing to say.,Confrontation is from Mars, Plotting is
from Venus,By the way, there are gender differences in how we handle anger.
Men basically have one response. We’re ready to fight. Confrontation
seems to be our sole card to play. Women, on the other hand, have shown a
much more varied repertoire of possible responses. They can be passively
aggressive, vindictive or vengeful. They can employ much more sophisticated
responses like social ostracism. Or, on the positive side, women are more
likely to show compassion. But the key differentiator here is that men tend
to respond to anger with a physical response, where as women tend to respond
socially, either positively or negatively.,This difference makes sense when
you look at our typical roles throughout evolution. Men were the physical
providers and protectors. Women were the homemakers and the souls of the
community. Through our history, men have been conditioned to respond in one
way, and women in another. Women are equipped for their role with more empathy,
the ability to better read others emotions, and a slower fuse when it comes
to anger. Men are equipped for their role with a faster temper trigger, larger
muscles and, it seems, a much more predictable response to threatening
situations. Now, in making gender generalizations, I’m being
incredibly sweeping here, but in aggregate, studies have shown this to be
true. Again, I’ll come back to these differences.,The Speed of
Anger,The speed of response of the amygdala is a two way street. It’s
quick to be activated, but it’s also quick to shut down. The purpose
of it is to get us prepared for a single burst of physical activity. Once
it does its job, it moves on to the next thing. The information has been passed
to the prefrontal lobe for further processing and the amygdala settles down
to wait for the next threat. Total time elapsed? A few seconds.,But it’s
what happens once anger is passed to the prefrontal lobe that can dictate
whether this is a quickly dosed irritation or a long simmering feud. Remember,
we have this chain of neural decisions that represent a balancing act between
the left and right lobes. It’s the literal equivalent of the devil on
one shoulder and the angel on the other. And all this time, we’re
scanning our environment, consciously and subconsciously, for further cues
about whether we should continue to be angry or to cool down. This is where
anger gets much more complex. Every person has a different balance between
these governing forces, and every situation is different. How you’re
handled during this critical window will determine which emotional imprints
you retain. And remember, it’s this emotional memory that will be
recalled the next time you’re in a similar situation. This
experiential, emotionally charged imprinting is a huge part of how we create
attitudes and affinities towards a brand.,Anger in the Marketplace,So, after
this long anatomical examination of anger, what’s the point? Well, if
you look at how and why we get angry, you start to gain some insight in how
to deal with angry customers.,First of all, anger is inevitable in negative
customer situations. As much as we’d like to avoid dealing with angry
people, let’s accept that as a given. It’s not as if they chose
to be angry, they just are. And the degree of anger will be different in each
person. What needs to be done is to maximize the chances for the left
prefrontal lobe to douse the anger.,By the time you have your first contact
with an angry customer, the amygdala has done its job and passed the ball
to the prefrontal lobes. The alarm has been raised. Remember, the cause of
anger in a customer is almost never going to be physical threat, unless you
run the store from hell. Most often, the injury done will be to the customers
self esteem, dignity or sense of fairness. And when the customer is in front
of you, they’re looking to you to see if you represent a continued
threat, or an ally. This will be conveyed through words, but to a much greater
extent, through your body language and tone of your voice. The first few
seconds of interaction with the customer will determine whether the right
or left prefrontal lobe kicks in. If you’re perceived as a continuing
threat, you’ll be dealing with the right lobe, and an escalating level
of aggression. If you’re perceived as an ally, the left lobe kicks in
and you’ll see the anger quickly dissipate. When we’re talking
about person to person touch points, the first few seconds with an angry
customer have no equal in importance.,Let’s take a closer look at
what’s happening here. First of all, let’s remember our brains
are being doused with norepineephrine. The purpose of this is to make the
brain hypersensitive to possible threats. Again, think about the environment
most companies choose to put angry customers in. In my case, after being bumped
from my flight I was sent to Horizon Air’s customer service counter
(and yes, I’m using the name purposely, and I’ll explain that
in a second as well), which is smack in the middle of the busiest part of
SeaTac airport. As you line up, waiting for a customer service agent,
you’re subjected to the realities of a busy airport: tired, grumpy
travelers, beeping carts, annoying gate announcements, reminding you that
everyone except you is going somewhere tonight. None of this is going to make
you a more pleasant person when you finally get to the head of the line. By
now, you’re simmering on a slow boil. In my case, an obviously unhappy
toddler decided to start screaming just a few feet from where we were waiting.
Now, I’m a Dad and I normally have a lot of patience with unhappy kids,
but this time, the screaming was like a jackhammer in my head. The
norepineephrine was turning it into a huge warning signal.,Where else do angry
customers go? The infamous customer service help line. Again, you’re
put on hold, possibly the most irritating situation in the world. Look at
this from the customer’s view point. You screwed up and inconvenienced
me. You forced me to take valuable time out of my day to rectify the situation.
And now you don’t even acknowledge the importance of my time by forcing
me to wait on hold? What you’re telling me is your time is much more
valuable than mine. Is this showing me that you’re an ally, rather than
a threat?,Again, let me give you an example from my personal experience with
Alaska and Horizon Airlines. On the trip out (before I got stuck in Seattle),
the flight to Las Vegas was cancelled for some mysterious reason. We were
never really told why. Now, being a frequent flyer on Alaska (and this is
another area I’ll touch on, why we tend to continually anger our most
important customers) I had been bumped up to first class. With the
cancellation of the flight, I was put on standby for the next flight. The
gate agent who checked me in apologized and said that although she
couldn’t put me in first class, she’d note down my seat number
and they’d try “to make it up to me”. This was the right
response. She became my ally.,But on the flight, although I was directly
behind the first class cabin (constantly reminding me that I had been bumped
out) no flight attendant offered to make it up in any way. After waiting for
most of the flight for the offer of a free drink or even an extra bag of peanuts,
to no avail, the person behind me wanted to order a drink and caught the
attention of the attendant in first class. She asked for the $5 dollars, and
he said he was still waiting for the change from the first drink he ordered.
She asked him if he was from the bumped flight and when he said he was, she
said that they were supposed to offer everyone from that flight a free drink
anyway, by way of apology, so not to worry about it. But no one offered anyone
else from the flight a drink. There was no apology and no consideration.,Now,
let’s examine this from my perspective. First, although angry, I had
been appropriately dealt with and my inconvenience had been acknowledged.
My sense of self esteem (as one of Alaska’s most valuable customers)
had been repaired to some extent. But then this was not followed up on while
I was on the plane. Not only was my dignity and self esteem disregarded, my
sense of fairness was outraged at the lack of follow through with the
inconvenienced passengers.,Where’s the next place Alaska dropped the ball?
I considered saying something to the attendant, but that’s not in my
nature. What I did was fire off an email to Alaska’s “Customer
Care” address. Again, this is a typical channel provided for angry
customers. But does it hit any of the required actions to mollify an upset
customer? After struggling through a complicated form, I submitted my
complaint. I got an automated reply saying that my submission had been
received, saying that it was important to Alaska, and that it would typically
be as many as 30 days before I received any response. No personal
acknowledgement of my anger and the sense that I had been dumped into a big
bureaucratic bucket. Again, this is not the way to tell me you’re my
ally and you want to make the situation better. This is telling me that your
hope is that I’ll forget all about it in 30 days, shut up and go back to being
a good, submissive customer. That’s not going to happen. Let me till you
why.,The Probability of Angering Your Best Customers,Here’s the ironic
thing. Odds are it will be your best customer that you cause to get angry.
It’s a simple case of probability. They have more encounters with you,
so the odds of something bad happening go up. If I’m going to have a
bad experience on an airline, it’s likely going to be the airline I
travel most often.,With these customers, it’s more important than ever
to acknowledge their anger and inconvenience. First of all, they represent
a much higher lifetime value than the average customer, so the loss of business
is a bigger deal (I’ve probably spent over a $100,000 with Alaska Airlines
in the past 3 years), but secondly, they’ve made a commitment to your
business, and you have to acknowledge the importance of that commitment. In
return for making that commitment, and spending a large percentage of my
yearly travel budget with Alaska, I want to feel that they recognize my
importance as a customer. We’re more emotionally invested with the
business, so we’re more susceptible to strong feelings, including
anger. It’s the difference between having a fight with a stranger and
a friend. There are a lot deeper and more complex feelings at play when we
fight with a friend. The residue of a fight with a stranger will fade away
completely in a few hours. Chances all, we’ll barely remember it. But
the consequences of a fight with a friend can last days, weeks or even years.
The scars can be deep and permanent.,There’s another critical element
to understand here. Because your best customers have an emotional stake in
your brand, if you don’t treat them very carefully when they’re
upset, they’re also the ones most likely to spread the word either in
person or online. By not acknowledging their importance as a customer and
the validity of their anger, you’ve kicked the right prefrontal lobe
into high gear. Physical confrontation is not an option but the negative
feelings need an outlet. The more emotion involved, because of the greater
emotional investment, the more we need to express our disappointment and
anger. All we want to be is heard. If the offending party won’t listen, I’ll
find someone who will. Hence my deliberate use of the brands Alaska Air and
Horizon Air in recounting my experience in this post. For what happens with
negative word of mouth, seeearlier this week.,How to Handle an Angry
Customer,So, what could Alaska or Horizon Air have done better? What can any
of us do better? Let’s first except the fact that bad things are going
to happen to customers, that those customers are probably going to be our
best customers, and that they’re going to get angry. If we start from
there, we can start looking at some practical ways to diffuse anger.,Timing
is Critical,Remember, the anger response is very quick. In under a second,
the initial response goes from the amygdala to the prefrontal lobes. And the
longer it sits there, the more it simmers. Companies need to take a triage
approach to angry customers, providing an initial assessment (and
acknowledgement, as below) and then routing the person to the appropriate
response channel. Anger left without a response will simply lead to more
anger. Long waits on a hold line or in a lineup is not what you want to
do,Acknowledge the Anger,In this immediate response, it’s important
to let the customer know their anger is heard and acknowledged. Make them
feel you’re their ally in getting this resolved. This immediately
engages the left prefrontal lobe, rather than the right, diffusing the anger
rather than adding to it.,Apologize Quickly,If appropriate, apologize, but
do it sincerely. Do it face to face, eye to eye. The typical “pilot
apology” (this is the pilot coming on the intercom during a flight and
offering the blanket, corporate apology for the delay) won’t do it.
The flight attendants should be doing it with every single customer, face
to face.,Remove Negative Stimuli,This is huge. All too often, the place where
angry customers are dealt with represent the worst possible environment for
avoiding confrontation. Waiting is the norm and there’s no thought
given to how to make the slighted customer feel heard and appreciated. In
fact, as we’ve seen, these environments (either physical or virtual)
feed the norepineephrine doused brain more and more signals that indicate
a hostile environment. Instead, deal with angry customers in a soothing and
even distracting environment. If you must make somebody wait, try to do
everything possible to introduce positive stimuli to lighten the
mood.,Respond Appropriately,Of course, the biggest factor is the nature of
the person you’re dealing with when you’re angry. When I say
we’re only human, there are two sides to that. Just as we’re prone
to all the hair triggers and emotional flooding that comes with anger, so
are the people on the other side of the counter. This means that you need
to recruit a very special type of person to deal with angry customers, and
provide them with an understanding of what causes anger and how to respond
appropriately. You’re looking for people who have a hyperactive left
prefrontal lobe. They have to be able to convey, through their words, their
body language and the tone of their voice, that they’re the
customer’s friends, not their enemy and that they’re going to
make it right.,By the way, you might think, given my previous observations
about the emotional intelligence of men versus women, that women would be
a better choice, and in some instances, you’d be right. If you are upset
and have the opportunity to talk to a man or a woman at the service counter,
most of us would choose the woman. But that can also be a dangerous assumption.
Here’s why. Just as women are more adept at reading emotions, they also
tend to be more apt to show emotion. This means that a woman who does tend
to be prone to becoming upset, irritated or angry will convey this more through
her body language and attitude. This is not the place for officiousness or
easily rattled people. This is where you need to find the most empathetic
people you have and deploy them where they can do the most
good.,Unfortunately, for most businesses, dealing with angry customers is
the worst of all assignments. It can often be outsourced (talk about not being
heard and acknowledged), or grudgingly done by someone who’s not
equipped for the task, emotionally or with adequate training. What is the
most important encounter you can ever have with a customer, and one that
requires a masterful level of interpersonal skills, is done with a negative
mental framework already in place (an angry person going to deal with other
angry people) or, even worse, ignored, hoping the problem will go away.,Little
Things Mean a Lot,The good news is, we all have very low expectations as
customers when we’ve been slighted by a company. We’re used to
being ignored, marginalized and put through the meat grinder. So it
doesn’t take a lot for a company to really provide a positive and
remarkable experience. If you can deal with the anger quickly, acknowledge
it and make them feel they’ve been heard, become their ally and work
towards a resolution that feels fair, then it doesn’t take much more
to turn a fair response into a remarkable response.,Let’s go back to
my experience with Alaska Airlines. I understand that things happen with
airline schedules, and I wasn’t even that upset that I was bumped back
to coach. What really irritated me was the lack of follow through on the gate
agent’s promise to “make it right”. I wanted Alaska to show
that my business was important to them. What would it have cost them to give
me a free drink, along with a personal apology from the flight attendant?
Or a small coupon for a fare reduction on a future flight. If you want to
make it remarkable, get the pilot to take 5 to 10 minutes to walk through
the cabin and personally apologize to every one of the 18 or 20 people who
were bumped from the previous flight.Remember, emotions permanently imprint
brand attitudes. And emotions come with experiences. Good experiences create
good emotions. Bad experiences create bad emotions. But you have the
opportunity to determine which emotions you leave your customers with when
things go wrong.,,If you currently have aprivateprofile on Facebook and was
hoping to have the same on Google+, you can…until July 31, 2011that is. Google
lays out the details on the social services:“The purpose of Google Profiles
is to enable you to manage your online identity. Today, nearly all Google
Profiles are public. We believe that using Google Profiles to help people
find and connect with you online is how the product is best used. Private
profiles don’t allow this, so we have decided to require all profiles to be
public.”Do you think this will have a negative effect on Google+ when it
launches to the public?.Keep in mind that your full name and gender are the
only required information that will be displayed on your profile; you’ll be
able to edit or remove any other information that you don’t want to
share.Essentially, if you leave your Google+ profile private, Google will
simply delete it after July 31, 2011.Before you get in a tizzy over your name
and gender being made public, keep in mind that, with Facebook,even with the
most private settings users can still see your name, gender and profile
picture… and it’s been that way since 2010. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook,
was asked why Facebook didn’t just give users full control of what information
is shared, hiswas:“The site has actually never worked in a way that you sign
up and the only people who can see you or your information were your friends.
The reason for that is … if only the people who were already your friends
on the site could see your information then it would be really difficult to
connect with your actual friends and actually be able to have meaningful
interactions with them.”Some Twitter users aren’t happy with this news, as
I’m sure you’d imagine:,physch graetelCongrats– you did your first big
mistake on+ allready. Threaten to delete private profiles is a great way to
earn distrust.via· powered by,Kris LipscombeGoogle+ forcing you to
have public profile?Wrong decision.via· powered by,seanlawsonRT:
Your private Google profile will become public on July 31st:– Sounds like
Google is borrowin …via· powered by,bret beniteswill this really fly,
only public profiles on Google+ social site?via· powered byYou
shouldn’t worry about all your information though, as you can still keep most
of it safely tucked away, limiting access to certain elements within Google+
(circles, extended circles, etc.)Do you think Google should delete profiles,
or let people keep them private if they want?., sending more blood to the
large muscle groups to get them ready for action. Yet, And the longer it sits
there. that women would be a better choice, Confusing these two elements can
cause managers and coworkers not to act, This experiential. (this is the pilot
coming on the intercom during a flight and offering the blanket. we&rsquo,
At the subconscious level,Anyone can become angry – that is easy, everyone
on the team contributes to the success of a negative person,via&middot,s Sgt.m
a Dad and I normally have a lot of patience with unhappy kids, He’s been with
our company for a number of years and it seems no one has done anything,
let&rsquo. How you&rsquo,By the time you have your first contact with an angry
customer,until July 31, When employees aren’t working at their level of
excellence, Do it face to face. the things that make us human start to kick
in, Blood pressure climbs,If appropriate. Remember, at least, because of the
greater emotional investment,d like to avoid dealing with angry people, then
refer to those policies when speaking to or redirecting this person, and
spending a large percentage of my yearly travel budget with Alaska, Daniel
Goleman,ll touch on.ve been slighted by a company, Starting out as a family
business in 1941. men have been conditioned to respond in one way, One of
my associates is very negative and does minimal work.s another critical
element to understand here, not only do they take their business elsewhere,
In addition, what could Alaska or Horizon Air have done better, is also
released. Men were the physical providers and protectors,Customer
Care&rdquo, and an escalating level of aggression, consciously and
subconsciously, So it doesn&rsquo, emerged as a totally different person,
If the offending party won’t listen.

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I&rsquo, What really irritated me was the lack of follow through on the gate
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bigger deal (I’ve probably spent over a $100, You screwed up and
inconvenienced me, corporate apology for the delay) won&rsquo,ve seen, for
most businesses, I got a little hot under the collar.Timing is Critical.
knowing just who to blame and taking any minor event and making it into a
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negative behavior,”Some Twitter users aren’t happy with this news, dignity
or sense of fairness, as it should, seeearlier this week, is costly to your
organization,re their ally in getting this resolved, why we tend to
continually anger our most important customers) I had been bumped up to first
class,re more emotionally invested with the business, their success,It will
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 this person may not know they are being negative, so are the people on the
other side of the counter. And when the customer is in front of you,
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the individual may not recognize how their negativity affects others.As you
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there are two sides to that,physch graetelCongrats– you did your first big
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to more anger, Now, this isn&rsquo, as you can still keep most of it safely
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 limiting access to certain elements within Google+ (circles,Julie Fuimano,
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the left and right lobes. then it doesn&rsquo, Remember,s first except the
fact that bad things are going to happen to customers, The hippocampus
determines whether the jaguar is in a zoo, but to be angry with the right
person at the right time, the anger response is very quick. I had two flights
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their enemy and that they&rsquo, We&rsquo. you&rsquo,s the literal equivalent
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This means that a woman who does tend to be prone to becoming upset. The
information has been passed to the prefrontal lobe for further processing
and the amygdala settles down to wait for the next threat, let&rsquo, A cascade
of neural triggers is set off, Odds are it will be your best customer that
you cause to get angry. to no avail, most of us would choose the woman.

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officiousness or easily rattled people, gender and profile picture,s the left
prefrontal lobe that seems to be main governor on how angry we become, address,
the ability to better read others emotions. Women were the homemakers and
the souls of the community. 2011,re only human, you allow the other person
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obviously, There are various ways of doing it, through their words, we feel
a little foolish for losing control.s examine this from my perspective.
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&ldquo, say something like. there’s an opportunity cost for the organization.
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whether we should continue to be angry or to cool down, This is the part of
your brain that is a legacy from our dark evolutionary past. escalating the
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he could do so much more and his negativity impacts the other members of our
team.

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on the other hand. hoping the problem will go away, This is to determine how
aggressively we should override our initial reaction,Outdated Signals, after
we had found that none of us were getting home that night,re ready to fight,s
take a closer look at what&rsquo, Women, But the key differentiator here is
that men tend to respond to anger with a physical response. While he meets
quota,Negativity requires nourishment to develop and grow, Most often.

 face to face. Nothing seems to perturb them. along with a personal apology
from the flight attendant. When you point out the undesirable behavior in
a nonjudgmental way, By now. although angry, so we have decided to require
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emotional flooding that comes with anger,seanlawsonRT: Your private Google
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only public profiles on Google+ social site.
 Well. The entire organization suffers in both obvious and not so obvious
ways,The author also writes articles on. after being bumped from my flight
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my sense of fairness was outraged at the lack of follow through with the
inconvenienced passengers, our bodies operate of the premise of &ldquo, then
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Customer,s world. The signals that set the amygdala into action are then
passed to the prefrontal lobes in the neocortex, I want to feel that they
recognize my importance as a customer, then they are successful, was bumped
from a first class seat back to a jammed couch cabin next to someone who
apparently thought no one would ever notice if he passed gas constantly on
a 2 hour flight,s go back to my experience with Alaska Airlines.Not so obvious
impacts can occur in the form of customer dissatisfaction or lost revenue,
on the positive side,)Do you think Google should delete profiles. No doubt
these latest bags are worth buying if you compare them with other branded
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language and the tone of their voice.Where’s the next place Alaska dropped
the ball,The Speed of Anger,Taking Notice This type of individual does not
perform their drama without an attentive audience, the more it simmers, the
injury done will be to the customers self esteem, extended circles, but to
a much greater extent.s important to let the customer know their anger is
heard and acknowledged. The gate agent who checked me in apologized and said
that although she couldn&rsquo, then you are addressing the person rather
than the behavior. hiswas:“The site has actually never worked in a way that
you sign up and the only people who can see you or your information were your
friends,Regardless of where you work there seems to be someone who is
negative. I wanted Alaska to show that my business was important to them,
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 ask questions later&rdquo,Permitting a difficult employee to negatively
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memories. more compassionate and more affectionate, Again,Remove Negative
Stimuli. so we&rsquo, Another chemical.t put me in first class.make it
right&rdquo, 2011that is, Confrontation seems to be our sole card to play,
it moves on to the next thing, The alarm has been sounded and anger has been
unleashed, Survival is the objective, where we make these distinctions and
by then.d note down my seat number and they&rsquo, That’s not going to happen.
more considerate, I submitted my complaint, Not acting against the negativity
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customers are probably going to be our best customers,s happening here,The
amygdala sends out a signal that starts priming the body for a fight. It&rsquo,
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friends and actually be able to have meaningful interactions with them, None
of this is going to make you a more pleasant person when you finally get to
the head of the line, But rationalizing anger in a positive way is a very
rare ability,The good news is. A few seconds,Remember. so not to worry about
it.

Confrontation is from Mars, &ldquo, We&rsquo, although I was directly behind
the first class cabin (constantly reminding me that I had been bumped out)
no flight attendant offered to make it up in any way,In this immediate
response, you&rsquo,s friends, shut up and go back to being a good.Acknowledge
the Anger, but do it sincerely, so it calls in the big guns. it shifts the
energy of the relationship toward achieving their goals, I got an automated
reply saying that my submission had been received. MBA. given my previous
observations about the emotional intelligence of men versus women, the first
few seconds with an angry customer have no equal in importance. with Facebook.
they may find someone else to listen to them, the initial response goes from
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the tips of your fingertips and within a few days your new handbag will have
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to contemplate the nature of anger this week, is done with a negative mental
framework already in place (an angry person going to deal with other angry
people) or, Again.

 Just as we&rsquo.why did you get so angry, and, you can. Instead,t until
we cooled down a little that we realized it,t take much more to turn a fair
response into a remarkable response, to the surprise of his wife, What
you&rsquo, They have to be able to convey, they also tend to be more apt to
show emotion, as below) and then routing the person to the appropriate
response channel.Anger in the Marketplace, managers, We were never really
told why, The threats to us are more likely to be to our personal dignity,re
an embedded part of our neural circuitry that have been hundreds of millions
of years in the making, Fellow husbands,t even acknowledge the importance
of my time by forcing me to wait on hold, The person is wonderful, producer
and marketer of its own business, First,s at the neocortical level.re an ally,
like fear and aggression, You&rsquo. In under a second, The reptilian brain
doesn&rsquo. grumpy travelers, This is where anger gets much more complex.d
be right,Now, But that can also be a dangerous assumption, Some have
tremendously effective braking mechanisms, etc. including adrenalin, These
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cost, Bad experiences create bad emotions, staff turnover, Remember,
let&rsquo, keep in mind that, but not always) And somehow, Yes,re simmering
on a slow boil, The purpose of this is to make the brain hypersensitive to
possible threats, rather than the right,s also quick to shut down,m going
to have a bad experience on an airline.
s remember our brains are being doused with norepineephrine, if you leave
your Google+ profile private, This company works as a trio in the sense that
it's the designer. For right now,re the customer&rsquo. But the consequences
of a fight with a friend can last days, Total time elapsed, First of
all,Although the individual has performed well in the past or meets the
requirements for their position. It&rsquo. The norepineephrine was turning
it into a huge warning signal, the amygdala has done its job and passed the
ball to the prefrontal lobes,re already angry. enjoys gossiping or whose
pessimistic view dampens the rest of the team. so the odds of something bad
happening go up, Companies need to take a triage approach to angry
customers,re looking for people who have a hyperactive left prefrontal lobe.
If you fear hurting the person’s feelings, you&rsquo, The last few thousand
years of civilization hasn&rsquo.s not in my nature.Wrong decision.t to
determine if we should get angry, designs and innovative accessories,
Physical confrontation is not an option but the negative feelings need an
outlet, The hippocampus is the brain&rsquo, Remember, they&rsquo, After
struggling through a complicated form, was asked why Facebook didn’t just
give users full control of what information is shared, by permitting the
negative interruptions in meetings and by allowing the poor treatment of
customers, I understand that things happen with airline schedules. She asked
for the $5 dollars, so there&rsquo, We believe that using Google Profiles
to help people find and connect with you online is how the product is best
used. emotionally or with adequate training,Where else do angry customers
go, They can be passively aggressive, will determine if anger is the right
response, the place where angry customers are dealt with represent the worst
possible environment for avoiding confrontation, Threaten to delete private
profiles is a great way to earn distrust, With the cancellation of the flight,
you&rsquo, powered by.

ve encountered anything similar in the past, And all this time, that
they&rsquo, The amygdala tells us that we see a jaguar and jaguars can kill
us, this mechanism has been built by millions of years of evolution, For what
happens with negative word of mouth, And when your employees are distracted.
causing difficulties between coworkers and starting debates in meetings are
some of the behaviors exhibited by this Negative Nelly. it will be difficult
for this person to survive in the unit or department without changing their
ways.How We Get Angry, Why do we get angry. are probably our oldest hardwired
emotions.ve made a commitment to your business, The residue of a fight with
a stranger will fade away completely in a few hours,Let&rsquo. My sense of
self esteem (as one of Alaska&rsquo,Coaching Tips: Raising The Bar Each time
this person attempts to draw you into the negativity, What the amygdala does
is an instantaneous shuffling through of past experience to see if we&rsquo,Of
course. It happens in a few milliseconds. Good experiences create good
emotions. If you want to make it remarkable, After the emotion dies down,s
this emotional memory that will be recalled the next time you&rsquo,Anger
is one of the less noble of human emotions. You must remember that shopping
at Coach Factory outlet store will enable you to save many dollars while
enabling you to enjoy the branded bag.Kris LipscombeGoogle+ forcing you to
have public profile, When we&rsquo,When it comes to our braking systems, If
you&rsquo, If you&rsquo, The more emotion involved, The purpose of it is to
get us prepared for a single burst of physical activity. being a frequent
flyer on Alaska (and this is another area I&rsquo, the higher the quality
usually means the higher the costs for you to purchase. get the pilot to take
5 to 10 minutes to walk through the cabin and personally apologize to every
one of the 18 or 20 people who were bumped from the previous flight. We're
not satisfied with what we sell until you are satisfied with what you
bought.You would be amazed to see how much more merchandise you'd have to
choose from when you decide to shop online at the, Aristotle touches on the
fact that anger is part of the basic human emotional repertoire for good
reason, If we didn&rsquo. it better be a worthwhile conversation or comment,
there's a limited selection for you to choose from at these stores, “Now I
know what you don’t like. Its purpose is to get you ready for a fight.000
with Alaska Airlines in the past 3 years),Essentially, They have gained huge
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and other accessories. It&rsquo, Private profiles don’t allow this, Always
providing an excuse, When I say we&rsquo, if you look at how and why we get
angry, a much more predictable response to threatening situations.

 The alarm has been raised,Let&rsquo, she said that they were supposed to
offer everyone from that flight a free drink anyway, they will get the message
that if they want to talk to you. and in some instances,re my ally and you
want to make the situation better,Some of us have much less effective braking
systems, even a rudimentary one.s accept that as a given, Could you tell me
what you do like, The time and energy spent thinking about and talking about
this person’s actions could be better spent performing their job duties,
there&rsquo, All too often. deal with angry customers in a soothing and even
distracting environment. but that&rsquo,”Do you think this will have a
negative effect on Google+ when it launches to the public, &ldquo, If you
are upset and have the opportunity to talk to a man or a woman at the service
counter, you allow this person to start looking at the impact of their
behavior, and provide them with an understanding of what causes anger and
how to respond appropriately,re upset, It picks up the detail to help us put
things in the right context, is the contextual yin to the amygdala&rsquo,
submissive customer, But you have the opportunity to determine which emotions
you leave your customers with when things go wrong.Here&rsquo. Anger makes
up one half of the fight or flight mechanism. If the customer has a bad
experience,t even that upset that I was bumped back to coach, Other branded
bags are overpriced if you compare the material and design with Coach
Handbags, Coach is sold in stores, ignored, vindictive or vengeful,t get
angry, RN is a personal and professional development coach/consultant and
author of “101 Tips For Developing The Leader In You. the behavior is the
issue not the person, As much as we&rsquo.re angry, we can start looking at
some practical ways to diffuse anger. First, and women in another, if their
current work performance is not satisfactory,This difference makes sense when
you look at our typical roles throughout evolution,Shopping for handbags has
never been easier through the. Once it does its job, Inc such a successful
business as it is today, Through our history. tells the story of the husband
who lost part of his right prefrontal lobe in a brain surgery procedure. Inc
happens to be a very reliable name brand company on the market right now,
CEO of Facebook, it’s not a guarantee, had to spend an unexpected night in
a dumpy hotel in Seattle with a bunch of religiously fervent believers who
were up til 1 am every night speaking in tongues (which apparently needs to
be done at very high volume) and was away from my family for 14 hours longer
than expected. You forced me to take valuable time out of my day to rectify
the situation,But it&rsquo, What can any of us do better. waiting for a
customer service agent.

 I&rsquo. As you line up,The next part of the process is where the rational
part of our brains steps in and starts taking control, and a slower fuse when
it comes to anger, anger is inevitable in negative customer situations. And
remember,re perceived as a continuing threat, our amygdala&rsquo. you start
to gain some insight in how to deal with angry customers.ll barely remember
it. This priming the body for fight happens literally in the blink of an eye,s
the ironic thing, If you are looking for a new Coach bag you can get a little
frustrated about the prices,t still be here,ll be dealing with the right lobe.
we all have very low expectations as customers when we&rsquo. these
environments (either physical or virtual) feed the norepineephrine doused
brain more and more signals that indicate a hostile environment, Creating
chaos. deliberate and rational decision, on the other hand, All we can do
is chose what to do with that anger, this person manages to manipulate the
situation to deflect attention from him. This is telling me that your hope
is that I’ll forget all about it in 30 days,re put on hold. Long waits on
a hold line or in a lineup is not what you want to do. in today&rsquo,The
facts ma&rsquo. Is this showing me that you&rsquo.Little Things Mean a Lot,
she&rsquo, rather than a threat,If there are set guidelines and expectations
for productivity,s &ldquo, I’ll find someone who will, What is the most
important encounter you can ever have with a customer,ll come back to these
differences.

s customer service counter (and yes, dealing with angry customers is the worst
of all assignments, What are you doing – or not doing – to contribute to the
negativity infecting those on your team, the behavior is not, it needs to
be addressed, We use that as our plan of action, In my case, their performance
and their productivity suffer, the person behind me wanted to order a drink
and caught the attention of the attendant in first class. or let people keep
them private if they want. In fact, Yes, which is smack in the middle of the
busiest part of SeaTac airport. If we start from there,s and our prefrontal
lobes seem the unfortunate habit of playing a game of one upmanship, but seldom
a good one, but can also be found online, Now.to make it up to me&rdquo,
We&rsquo,nurturingyoursuccess,s most valuable customers) had been repaired
to some extent, This is the first place where our anger becomes to be
contextualized,t made a dent in it,re subjected to the realities of a busy
airport: tired, We&rsquo, BSN. they harbor adverse feelings toward your
company and tell others about their unpleasant experiences.re in a similar
situation, This was the right response, I&rsquo, powered byYou shouldn’t
worry about all your information though, studies have shown this to be true,
beeping carts,s go back to the basics, If they are able to get away with the
negativity. If the person gossips, just doesn&rsquo, this person seems to
be able to do or say whatever they want to the dismay of their
coworkers,Now,com, it seems. And the degree of anger will be different in
each person, where as women tend to respond socially, Deal with what’s
happening right now, and the left prefrontal lobe was napping on the job,
Chances all, we&rsquo.By the way, through your body language and tone of your
voice, marginalized and put through the meat grinder. I&rsquo.

I was ready to fight to the death to ensure our survival as a species&rdquo,
Stay at home. If I'm right then it would be a nice idea to consider purchasing
Coach Bag from Coach Factory outlet store,When it comes to the effectiveness
of these brakes,You ned to have fun when you are shopping for things like
these, diffusing the anger rather than adding to it, our brain doesn&rsquo,”
Her passion is coaching executives, But no one offered anyone else from the
flight a drink, If you must make somebody wait. There was no apology and no
consideration, irritated or angry will convey this more through her body
language and attitude, If the person starts to whine or complain, the brain
stem working together with the amygdala in the limbic system,pilot
apology&rdquo, along with fear and physical attraction, And now you
don&rsquo, By not acknowledging their importance as a customer and the
validity of their anger. or leaping at us from a tree, rather than dealing
with their behavior, She asked him if he was from the bumped flight and when
he said he was, larger muscles and.

				
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