by RICHARD MOY
Your value to your team can’t be understated—and everyone knows it. But sometimes you’re so focused on the task at hand that it leads you to snap at one of your colleagues. And rather than inspiring everyone to make that final push to the finish line, it brings the group’s process to a screeching halt.
Of course, you’re probably smart enough to know that you need to fix the situation. But a half-hearted apology probably won’t cut it after you lash out. Instead, here are a few painful (but necessary) steps to repair the relationship.
1. Take a Minute to Vent
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve suggested venting after you’ve addressed a few other things. It’s usually the type of activity that’s best to save until after you’ve given yourself a few minutes to digest what’s just happened.
But, in the immediate aftermath of yelling…
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