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Stop the Harassment, Bullying, Gossip, Confrontational and Disruptive Behavior: A Manager’s Guide on How to Detox and Neutralize a Negative Workplace
21 October 2020 |1:00 pm - 2:30 pm BST
Whatever happened to respect? Rude, indifferent, emotionally troubled, over-worked and dis-engaged Employees do more harm to your business and employee productivity than you can afford. A workplace culture of tolerating a bad attitude by one or more employees is not acceptable. A lot of times, the cause of the employee attitude is generated from how they are treated at work, a seeming lack of respect for them. Is it you or is it them that is the problem? When you fully exercise your position power, you will dramatically improve the strained relationship and drive up their personal power. Respect comes from knowing the person and this session is how to find out what matters, drives, and engages them. When you have a language of caring, you create respect. This session is how to change the viewing of this person and their behavior to move them to be solution orientated. Respect drives up trust, engagement, and creativity.
Whatever you call it, bullying, harassment, gossip, – it all matters to you on bad attitudes, jealousy, and disruptive behavior that sabotages your organization’s teamwork, employee morale, lowers self-esteem, and reduces productivity and undermines your reputation in the community. When toxic behavior infects a department, managers may be tempted to ignore it or give in, the wrong thing they can do, but tolerating it is not a solution!
Why Should You Attend
This resource-loaded webinar will show you how to get ahead of and neutralize all forms of bad, destructive behavior, and put a system in place to ensure it does not re-occur. This starts with an understanding that it must be Zero Tolerance and immediate workplace reprimands. The destructive effects of blaming others, griping, pessimism, and always passing the buck need to be stopped. In this session, you will learn to keep emotional control and tame that disruptive and destructive behavior you must deal with.
Areas Covered in the Session
– How managers inadvertently reward negative and destructive behaviors
– The steps you need to act on in order to keep total control of the situation
– The four types of problem employees there can be and how they become a problem
– How to turn around the gossip, gab, and the grapevine to create more empowered employees.
– How to tell when someone is lying to you and how to confront them on it.
– When to focus on the behavior you see and not the attitude behind it.
– How to identify all the forms of bullying there are that you need to control.
– Learn which topics should not be talked about at work.
– How to stop the rumor mill before it gets started with a policy of transparency
– Why people want to ‘push your buttons’ by their off-side or inappropriate comments
– How to control the unwritten rules of the office that becomes the negative culture to discipline
– How to adopt great techniques to use when employees blame others or deny responsibility
Speaker: Bruce Lee
As an international event speaker, coach, MC and author, Bruce Lee brings the experience of solid business leadership and entrepreneur /ownership background from a good cross-section of industry:
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