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Tell me about a time when it was better to be agreeable in a situation rather than continue the arguement.
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When you have an irrate customer.
When the customer is getting angry.
I had a coworker who was a bully and found it better not to engage her.
Do not recall a specific situation but this notably comes to mind with dealing with the elderly.
I am more laid back and agree with someone even if I dont so I wont hurt their feelings or start conflict.
When working together or on a team project.
It is always better to agree to disagree than to argue. If there is no resolution.
At Bearaboo coffee shop occasionaly it happens where the customer does not like the drink, or does not think it was the one they ordered- wheather or not we made the mistake it was better for us to be agreeable and make something different for them than to lose a customer over a 4 dollar cup of coffee.
Probably when theres a customer, whos angry.