How often do you

How often do you face deadlocks at work? Most “crises” at work aren’t really crises, they’re “situations” that have been blown out of proportion. They are manufactured, based on perceptions more than objective facts.

Such crises, often involving people in high places with Impulse Control issues, are by no means enjoyable but don’t really deserve to rise to the level of crises, with the attendant rise in mass anxiety implied.

Here are a few suggestions to escape the crises vortex.

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