Posts about Interpersonal conflict and dealing with people as of August 19, 2009

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Posts about Interpersonal conflict and dealing with people as of August 19, 2009

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Looking with Envy at Baseball Stats?dberri.wordpress.com
08/19/2009
People who study statistics in basketball often look with envy at the numbers in baseball.  A hitter in baseball stands at the plate by himself.  Consequently, the numbers he generates is primarily about the actions he takes.  In contrast, basketball players run with four other players. The interaction between those players appears to diminish the meaning of the numbers generated. The sport of football highlights the importance of interaction effects.
08/19/2009
To err is human, to not forgive is inhumane It seems clear that Michael Vick wants a second chance. Michael Vick may be out of prison, but clearly there are many who are not ready to forgive and forget what he did. Michael Vick will need to realize that he triggered in his fans and certainly all animal lovers the 3 H’s of Hurt, Hate and Hesitation to Trust. To reverse each of those he will need to respond with the 3 R’s of Remorse, Restitution and Rehabilitation before those people will give him a second chance.
People Who Come to Distract You – productivityhacks.com
08/18/2009
Productivity501.com: If you work in a traditional office, it is likely that you deal with a lot of traffic in and out your door that is little more than distractions. Here are a few tips for keeping distracting people out of your office. Some great tips here. via Link . Related posts: 10 Office Timesavers Eliminating Distractions in Your Environment 9 Strategies for Difficult People
Practice, Pleasequinncreative.wordpress.com
08/18/2009
Big sigh. Hang head. Yet another client wants a four-hour class to cover what six years of grade school, two years of middle school, four years of high school and four years of college could not. The topic doesn’t even matter, this is about time. Bart know practice. He does it at the start of every show. “See one, do one, teach one,” is the new business mantra for learning. That means that after you see a procedure, you can do it correctly without practice,  and then are capable of teaching it.
08/17/2009
August 17, 2009 – 4:22 pm5 Shoo Customers Do Not Bother Me Features By: Michael Cheney Online customers can be the most difficult people to please. And you cannot do anything about it. Because the customer is ALWAYS right. Even if they are wrong, they are still always right.If you have had enough of dealing with these kinds of customers, there are 5 features you can have in your website that are sure to make your customers take their business somewhere else.1. The Long and Winding Flash.Flash equals fast.
08/17/2009
Dealing with Mediocre, Difficult & Brilliant people  “Dealing with people is probably the biggest problem you face, especially if you are in business. Yes, and that is also true if you are a housewife, architect or engineer.” – Dale Carnegie. Dealing with people at work place has always been difficult and to get them work towards results has always been a daunting task for the managers. But this is precisely what the managers have been hired for.
Help an Alcoholic 6recoveryissexy.com
08/16/2009
Detach, separate, walk away Somewhat at odds with the message of continuing love and compassion is the more “tough-love” message that comes from many people – some of whom give both suggestions. A more compassionate approach may be in order in the beginning, but a time may come, particularly after you’ve tried to help repeatedly and failed, when you need to walk away from the situation. One suggests, “If it’s adversely affecting you, don’t put up with it.

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