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June 9, 2013

DR. CUMMINGS: Confronting with tact

Everybody confronts somebody sometime: bosses, parents, teachers, spouses and even friends. It happens all the time. Parents do it at home; teachers do it in the classroom; spouses do it in the living room after the kids have gone to bed. A wife must confront a flirty husband, just as a boss must confront a lazy employee. None of this is easy, especially for introverts. But you can always tell when the person doing the confronting is a leader, and when he’s not.

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