When cooler heads prevail, respect and cooperation follow

03/22/2010 | BNET

Managers who are able to keep their cool are more likely to win the respect and cooperation of team members, Melbourne Business School researchers have found. The ability to defuse their anger, termed "psychological flexibility," allows managers "to better influence the team's objectives, task behavior, group maintenance and culture," said organizational psychologist Carol Gill.

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