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Manage panicky staffers

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Some employees feel panic attacks coming on just thinking about an important deadline. Ease their concern with these three steps:

  1. Provide organization. Prepare all needed information before assigning a project to an employee prone to anxiety.
  2. Offer steps and information. Outline steps and offer resources for the project from the get-go.
  3. Check in. Provide reassurance or guidance as needed through regular check-ins with the employee.

— Adapted from “Adjusting Your Management Style for Difficult People,” Robert Half,

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