Category Archive: Anger

Getting the most from anger

Seven days ago the Leadership Freak community let loose on “Whining Wednesday” and left a record number of comments explaining things that tick leaders off. It was fun and educational. (It’s not too… Continue reading

Things that tick leaders off

I’m declaring this “Whining Wednesday.” I’m going to share something that ticks me off. I’m not really looking for an answer. I’m just whining. It really ticks me off when those going nowhere… Continue reading

The power of Ignorance

According to the free dictionary, stupid people make poor decisions and careless mistakes. On the other hand, ignorant people are unaware or uninformed. You’ll need these two definitions to understand what follows. Careless… Continue reading

Sweet backstabbers

Everyone in the group nodded in agreement when I asked if they had experienced someone pretending to help them while at the same time cutting them down.  The group consisted of a business… Continue reading

Frustration or Inspiration

Leaders are leaders because they believe the present needs improvement.  They’re fanatics when it comes to their cause, political position, product, or objective. It’s frustrating when others don’t share your passion.  Employees aren’t… Continue reading

The window anger opens

Vein popping, face reddening, voice raising moments are potent opportunities for leaders.  I’m talking about that employee, son or daughter, neighbor, co-worker, boss, or spouse that just popped a cork and is sharing… Continue reading