“I’m disappointed.” These are two painful words for anyone to hear whether you’re a child, employee or spouse. Disappointment is one of the most unpleasant things to experience. When you disappoint someone at work (it is inevitable for us all), how can you address disappointment to rectify the situation in the quickest and most productive… Continue Reading [icon name=”icon-angle-double-right”]
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