Hey Guys, I have a question that perhaps some of you may have a little experience in. First off, my family owns a construction company that employs roughly 160 people. We have been in business for a while now. My father is President of the company and I am VP. My father is of the old school mindset, were screaming and yelling, is the only way to manage people and get them moving. I myself tend to be more level headed and talk through problems, work them out and keep an open mind that people make mistakes. My father seems to think that I am letting people walk all over me which I don't think is the case, while I seem to think that the screaming and yelling tends to make people counter productive. It tends to cause quite a few big arguments between us. We both seem to have respect from our employees. I am just wondering if anyone here, which I am sure there are a ton of people who have ran into this problem, have any solutions as to solving it. I would like to show him that you can manage without coming off as a drill sergeant. That you don't need to scream to get your point across. He particularly tends to do this to our office staff, then in return tells me I have no control over them. Any advice will help.