Chart , from totally passive to aggressive, with two levels of passive aggressive behavior in between. Article discusses how most passive-aggressive people are not intentionally malicious and are not in touch with their feelings.
Anger is referred to as a “secondary emotion” because we tend to use anger to cover up other vulnerable feelings. This is such a good reminder for the next time you feel angry at your partner, as a parent, or for when your kid acts angry.
Great information about teaching emotional intelligence. Not all kids come to school in control of themselves and need help with this. This provides an explanation behind certain actions and reactions.
Business and management infographic & data visualisation The 5 Levels Of Management Leadership. This reminds me of Good to Great by Jim C… Infographic Description The 5 Levels Of Management Leadership. This reminds me of Good to Great by Jim Collins.
Pinner: DISC: A useful model for a) understanding your own behavior (not personality) and b) adjusting your behavior to the preferences of another person. I use this frequently in coaching and training to match the behav