5 Tips for Deal To Aggressive People

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These tips always work for me.(Aggressive People)

What is the most common difficult behavior is aggression.(Aggressive People)
The first question is do I want to find a way to live with this person’s aggressive behavior.

I want to get them to change how much power you have if an aggressive person is your boss or a customer.

Then you might decide it’s easier to live with it.

You might decide to try to change them if that doesn’t work then you still have the option of finding a way to live with it.

I want to suggest 5 techniques that each of these approaches.

1. Be Assertive

When communicating with an aggressive colleague, try to be assertive. Even if that’s not how you talk to everyone else, be sure to be assertive when dealing with an aggressive coworker. Anagha explained the reason behind this and said,

“Aggressive people tend to dominate or bully a passive communicator into submission.”

2. File A Complaint

Pay attention to if this person’s behavior is affecting the quality of your work. If the answer is yes, you should consider filing an official complaint with the human resources department. Your work performance should not be affected because of another employee and if that scenario arises then you can definitely let HR know about it.

3. Maintain Distance

Just because you both work at the same company doesn’t mean you have to be around each other. If the said colleague is not a part of your immediate team, you should definitely maintain distance intentionally. This will allow you your peace of mind and won’t let their actions bother you as the communication is minimum.

4. Manage Your Expectations

You have to remember what you expect won’t be the outcome always. Even though you’re assertive with them, it does not mean your assertiveness will change them. So, don’t expect them to just change. Instead, focus on creating boundaries.

5. Don’t Take It Personally

Dealing with an aggressive colleague can take a toll on you. Especially because of the things they might say in anger. But you have to remember that it is something that they need to deal with, it has nothing to do with you. Avoid internalizing the mean things they may say out of anger.

What other tips have you found useful for dealing with aggressive people? Please share in the comments.


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