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Communicating with Negative People

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  • Vintean, Adriana

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We all must have been negative at work at one time or another and most of us didn't like to be that way. For some people it is a way of being. Some people seem to flourish in a negative atmosphere. Often people defend their right to be nasty as their legitimate duty. Do Emergency Communications Centers have an over-abundance of negativists? If you study why a person becomes a lifelong card-carrying cynic, you will understand - if we don't have a disproportionate number of them - we should have.

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  • Vintean, Adriana, 2007. "Communicating with Negative People," MPRA Paper 6731, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:6731
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