I may frown briefly but then put on my positive front and start working with others to find a solution.
I start to look for a solution but I can't help dwelling on the difficult news.
I'm going to need time to get over my disappointment. I'll work on a solution tomorrow.
I may be angry, but I'm going to appear cool, calm and collected.
I let off some steam by having a rant to someone else.
I give that mistake-maker a piece of my mind, they need to know that they've messed up big-time.
I firmly let them know that this is not ok, but I make an effort to soften the blow.
I tell people around me how stressed I am.
I get a bit flustered and people can probably tell.
I get quite overwhelmed and struggle to manage the situation/my heavy workload.
I try to focus and work on one thing at a time to help reduce my stress.
I use my downtime to de-stress.
I'm quite loud so I'm going to make sure I get my opinion across.
I'm going to listen to what people have to say, but wait patiently to give my input.
When there's lots of people talking, I prefer to take a back seat and just listen.
I usually have strong opinions, so I'm going to speak up and try to make sure things go my way.
I trust my gut instinct.
I get direction from other people.
I tend to go with the easiest option.
I can talk to anyone so I make friends quickly and easily.
I can get along with others, but they won't be considered friends for a while.
I find it difficult to meet and talk to new people.
I do my best to avoid meeting new people and I am not very good at making friends.
I give them some space to work through their emotions.
I listen to their problem and offer support.
I try to take their mind off what's upsetting them.
I accept that we're never going to see eye-to-eye and only work with them when I have to.
I make an additional effort to get to know them and to develop a better relationship.
I know I don't like them, so I'm going to make that known to others in my team.
I'm going to act as if I like them so that we can try to work well together.
I really empathise with them and understand what they are going through.
I help them by pointing out that things could be a lot worse.
I think they need to get over it, be professional and get on with their job.