For every young person entering the workplace, especially men. Accustomed to the previous unrestrained attitude, I initially had some minor emotions towards work. Firstly, it was a lack of adaptability in life, and secondly, it was a lack of workflow and knowledge. So I am quite restless in my work. The following editor introduces several tips to help you vent your emotions in the workplace, hoping to be helpful to everyone.
Control your emotions in a timely manner
Imagine if you were filled with anger and expressed dissatisfaction with your boss's arrangements or practices, it is likely that you would also provoke him. So, even if you feel unfair, dissatisfied, or aggrieved, you should try to calm down before speaking. Being too emotional will not be able to clearly explain your reasons, and it will also make the other party mistakenly think that you are dissatisfied with their arrangements rather than their own, so you should find another way out.
2. Pay attention to your complaint methods
Try to use praise as the beginning of your emotional statement. On the one hand, this can reduce the opponent's hostility, and more importantly, your praise has already set a standard for the other party to follow in advance. Remember, the person listening to your emotional statement may not be related to your situation, and may not even know what the situation is. If you get angry from the beginning, it will only provoke a hostile and self-defense reaction from the other party.
Three, don't vent your emotions when you see people
The most important principle is to vent dissatisfaction only towards those who have a solution to the problem. Venting your emotions to colleagues or those who have no decision-making power can only make you more annoyed by others. The solution is to go directly to the most influential boss you may have met, and then calmly discuss with your boss. If this plan still doesn't work, you can seek help from a higher-level supervisor.
4. Pay attention to occasions for complaints
When venting emotions, it is important to use more informal occasions and less formal ones. It is best to have private conversations with superiors and colleagues, and avoid publicly expressing opinions and dissatisfaction. This not only leaves room for maneuver for oneself, but even if there is a mistake in the proposed opinion, it will not damage one's image in the public eye. It is also beneficial for maintaining the dignity of the boss and not causing others to be passive and embarrassed.