When anger can be productive

04/10/2009 | Westport Minuteman (Conn.)

When tension runs high at work, the toxic environment can affect workers and their productivity, says Fairfield University management professor Donald E. Gibson, who has studied the effects of anger in the workplace. "A certain amount of anger ... can be productive," Gibson says. "However, anger among peers that becomes personal ... becomes dysfunctional."

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