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The value of feedback and understanding your blind spots

The value of feedback and understanding your blind spots Related training: Managing People Performance – 1 Day Course Difficult Conversations in the Workplace – 1 Day Course Feedback. Many people cringe at the word and some head for the proverbial hills. However, there is value in feedback that should be embraced and celebrated. Feedback can do…

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The Importance of Understanding your Personality Type in the Workplace

The Importance of Understanding your Personality Type in the Workplace

The Importance of Understanding your Personality Type in the Workplace Related training: Communication Skills for Managers with DISC® – 1 Day Course Humans are the most social beings on earth. But we are also the most selfish. As part of our social/selfish paradox, we are constantly resolving the tensions within ourselves between getting ahead and getting…

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How to deal with argumentative employees

How to deal with argumentative employees

How to deal with argumentative employees Related training: Communication Skills for Managers – 1 Day Course Nearly everyone who has spent time in an office environment has encountered an argumentative employee or co-worker. Someone who feels they’re never at fault, their opinion is always right, and who deal with confrontation or disagreement by becoming argumentative.…

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Five tips for using assertive words correctly during a difficult conversation – Leadership Directions Management Training

Five tips for using assertive words correctly during a difficult conversation

Five tips for using assertive words correctly during a difficult conversation Related training: Difficult Conversations in the Workplace – 1 Day Course Communication Skills for Managers with DISC® – 1 Day Course Assertiveness is one of the most important qualities of a successful leader, especially when it comes to having difficult conversations with a staff…

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  • Leading teams that work consistently together requires a specific set of leadership and managerial skills.
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