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If you are a manager, director, CEO or person holding any other position of authority, you can be sure that you will experience a bad performance, mistakes or negligence on part of your subordinates or workers. You will be in a bad mood, you will be tired, and you will be stressed by market conditions or overall crisis, especially if that will have its impact on organisation or unit you are responsible for. It can also happen, that some of those things will happen at the same time. The most important thing to remember for a leader is: don’t yell. Don’t scream at your subordinates. Such behaviour lowers overall mood in the workplace and you will be taken for someone who is emotional, not professional. If you do that often, you will lose respect, damage work atmosphere, freeze any initiative and lower performance overall. Try to be serious and polite instead, this will also accidentally prove that you respect people working for you. If at all possible, manage your stress and try to turn this bad experience into a lesson, not into drama theatre. If you will deliver your message in a quiet manner, you will definitely gain in the eyes of people who look up to you.