How to deal with someone who is intimidating you
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So your best option is to smile, tell her “nice to talk to you,” and plan to revisit later.Understand: overcoming rejection is not about “saving face”, but rather, But I’m guessing you’re here because you already got rejected. Well, when you feel fear and nervousness, you don’t approach or escalate confidently, and your nervousness makes her feel bad.This is the of rejection you might face, and talk about handle each of them Because once you know about all of the different things that can happen and are prepared for them there is no longer anything to be afraid of.You can download either the Advice leaflet - Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for managers and employers [195kb] or Advice leaflet - Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for employees [215kb].
Alternatively, you can download the Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for managers and employers (Acas advisory leaflets) [Kindle Edition] through the Amazon website.Bullying and harassment means any unwanted behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated, degraded, humiliated or offended.