"when people are yelled at and degraded in public or private they over thing things and worry , which can and does affect there job, safety and out look on life and the company the work for......." ...."start to correct bad conduct of behaviors by 3 simple ways... 1) thank them for the good they do (there is always something they have done good no matter how small) 2) relate to them ( let them know you have been in there shoes, either at said company of else were) 3) bring to there attention that you expect of them and what they need to do to meet your exceptions." when they walk away they know they need to work on what ever they did or didnt do right and they havent been down graded or looked down on, you showed how you see the good in them too and want to see them succeed and prosper and well as the coompany.
Suppose a program contains several classes in an inheritance hierarchy: a superclass, Cat, and two subclasses, HouseCat and Lion. Class Cat defines a virtual function named speak, so its subclasses may provide an appropriate implementation (e.g. either meow or roar). When the program calls the speak method on a Cat pointer (which can point to a Cat class, or any subclass of Cat), the calling code must be able to determine which implementation to call, depending on the actual type of object that is pointed to. Because the type of object pointed to by the Cat pointer is not determined at compile-time, the decision as to which branch to take cannot be decided at compile-time. There are a variety of different ways to implement such dynamic dispatch, but the vtable (virtual table) solution is especially common among C++ and related languages (such as D and C#). Languages which separate the programmatic interface of objects from the implementation, like Visual Basic and Delphi, also tend to use the vtable approach, because it allows objects to use a different implementation simply by using a different set of method pointers.
I answered that I would and then that I would paint it green if that is what they really wanted. The correct answer was that I should get it in writing and get formal approval. It is always good practice to give traceability and validity to your work so no one can disagree later.