The latest: The Nuts and Bolts of Intimidation 

in Today’s Engineer (November 2014)

(excerpt)  Intimidation is making normal people feel inferior or (worse) threatened. Often an intimidating person is someone who’s eager to demonstrate power and control, who’s stressed out, insecure, agitated or anxious. Use your analytical ability to see the situation as it really is. When you have clarity about what’s driving intimidating behaviors, it’s much easier not to be run over by them. 


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