I'm not big on screamers. Too noisy. Unnecessary. Let's just talk about it. But, let's think for a moment about what is behind a screamer's screams. What's missing that seems to make screaming necessary? What is going on that has eliminated other more rational choices and made screaming feel like a sensible plan?
Screaming is not a sensible plan. Screaming is not a great strategy. What if it's all someone has?
What if we can stop screaming by listening while the volume is low? What if we did a better job about being clear in our expectations?
Maybe a screamer just wants to be heard.
-- doug smith