Top tips for self-control in conflict situations with your Boss

Heads with more self-control will putmore work to employees because they want the task to be performedwell, but the question is whether superiors will appreciate thatextra effort. Most of us have encountered aggressive, intimidating orcontrolling personality at some point in their lives. These peoplecan be found both in our personal life and in business sphere oflife. These people are recognized by arrogance, frequent conflicts,ordering, hostile mood and inclination to contempt.

However, with insightful andintelligent communication access you can turn aggressive in adherenceand condescension to respect. Below, we present 5 keys tosuccessfully coping with aggressive, intimidating, and controllingpersons.

  1. Keep cool and keep your composure

One common characteristic ofaggressive, terrifying, and controlling people is that they prefer todeliberately annoy you to manage you and kept you under control. Indoing so, these people are at an advantage compared to you and theycan exploit your weakness.

The first rule of opposing to“difficult” person is to stay cool. The less you react toprovocation, the better you will be able to judge and deal with thechallenge. When you are troubled or challenged, before you say or dosomething that you will later regret, take a deep breath and slowlycount to ten. This will reduce the problem rather than to increaseit. If you are still upset after counting to ten, it is best to walk. Maintaining self-control you will get more power to manage thesituation.

  1. Keep the distance and let you be open to all options

Not all aggressive, terrifying, andcontrolling persons are worthy of attention. Your time is valuable.If anything of importance is not in question, do not waste yourselftrying to deal with a person who is negative. Keep your distance andavoid contact as long as possible.

Keep your options open. Consult closefriends and colleagues of other courses of action where yourwell-being is a priority. You are not stuck until you close your eyesto other options. So, keep your options open.

  1. Do not take anything personally and switch from reactive to proactive

Awareness of the nature of aggressive,terrifying, and controlling persons can help us to depersonalize itand become proactive instead of reactive. One of the most effectiveways of depersonalization is to put yourself in the place of anotherperson even for a minute.

Surely emphatic statements do notjustify unacceptable behavior. Their goal is to remind yourself thatpeople behave as they do because of their own problems. Reducingpersonalization, we will be less reactive and will focus our energyon solving problems, said Brian from

  1. In relatively mild cases, show your superior composure with appropriate humor

Humor is powerful communication weapon.When properly used, humor can get the truth, disarm “difficult”behavior, and show that you are very calm. Humor solves conflicts andthere are many ways in which you can use humor to reduce or eliminatedifficult behaviors.

  1. Meet your basic human rights

As long as you do not harm others, youhave the right to fight for yourself and your rights. On the otherhand, if you harm others, you can lose those rights. Here are some ofthe human rights:

  • The right to be respected.

  • The right to freedom of expression of own feelings, thoughts, and desires.

  • The right to set the priorities.

  • The right to say “NO” without guilt.

  • The right to receive what you paid for.

  • The right to have an opinion that differs from the rest.

  • The right to care and protect yourself from physical, mental, or emotional threats.

  • The right to create your own healthy and happy life.

To conclude, the knowledge of how todeal with aggressive, terrifying, and controlling persons requiresmastering the art of communication. As you apply these skills, youwill feel less grief, more confidence, better relationships tricks,and greater courage in communication. You are on your road tosuccess!  

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