Purchase the Series for $89 or Individually for $25
November 3, 10 and December 1, 8 from 8:00-9:15 am
Workshop #1 Avoiders and "Yes" People:
How to work with different responses to conflict
November 3, 2016 8:00-9:15 am
Are you part of a work-group or team? Are you leading others in your workplace? Are you frustrated with sub-level performances and output? This workshop helps managers and leaders understand the different responses to conflict and how to work with them. The results will include increased engagement, improved performance, and reduced stress.
Workshop #2 Threatenin', Blamin' and Yellin':
How to work with difficult behaviors
November 10, 2016 8:00-9:15 am
Do you experience hostility or unprofessional conduct in your workplace? Are you frustrated with the high tension and disruptive atmosphere? Do you wish people could just get along? This workshop will help you uncover the sources of difficult behaviors by building your communication and negotiation skills with the goal of eliminating bullying behavior and fostering cooperative participation in your workplace.
Workshop #3 Team, Me, and No "I":
What it takes to build effective workgroups
December 1, 2016 8:00-9:15 am
Would you like to remove "dys-" and see your work-groups "function" together for optimum output? Team development is a process. Companies, such as Google, have spent thousands of dollars and hours trying to learn the "secret" to effective work-groups. Turns out that it is not a secret! IN this workshop, we will help you discover how norms impact teams and the roles that are necessary for teams to thrive and deliver.
Workshop #4: "Well That Isn't What I Meant!"
Take the guessing out of communication and communicate your intentions clearly
December 8, 2016 8:00-9:15 am
It is said that the "words matter". So does what we say with our body, tone, and even the way we dress. In this workshop, we will practice active listening skills that will turn unproductive communication attempts into profitable encounters.
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