By Jan Arzooman for AMA—November 22, 2019
Expressing anger or frustration at work can be tricky, especially when there are gender stereotypes about what kinds of emotions you’re “allowed” to express as a man or woman.
Judy Braun, principal of Braun Leadership Consulting and an AMA facilitator, says she often works with women on being more confident at work and allowing themselves to show emotion a little more, or show it differently. “Anger is a natural emotion and people are right to feel it and express it. It just needs to be done in a constructive way,” Braun says. Read more.