They seem to be everywhere. They are labeled, “Difficult People”. Working with Difficult People is one of the most common training topic requests I receive and my recent workshop quickly had an overflow list of registrants. How can you work productively with challenging people? What if YOU are the challenging person? Listen and gain information…… Continue reading 5 Tips: Working Productively with Challenging People
Minimize Overly Emotional Responses Listen to the podcast episode related to this article: Relatable Leader RESPONDING TO CRITICISM Today I am sharing three response options when you are faced with criticism. Criticism can take us off guard and you might experience a range of emotions in a very short period of time. By memorizing these…… Continue reading Respond to Criticism Intelligently
If you wait until you need to shift your mindset to put effort into your mindset, you are establishing reactive attitude habits. Proactive attitude habits increase your ability to manage difficult situations as they arise. I like the idea of ‘prepping’ or ‘priming’ your positive mindset because this attitude habit puts you consciously in front…… Continue reading Are you “primed” for the positive?
This is your glimpse into chapter two in Catherine Goggia’s lastest book available on Amazon: *CLICK* and LEARN MORE You can also listen to the 15 Day Attitude Challenge that aligns with the book: SUBSCRIBE for free weekly coaching podcast on iTunes It’s important to understand why mindset management and attitude habits elude so many…… Continue reading How does your temperament and personality impact your attitude?
Guest Post By Carrie Alden, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. As a person who started out working in a “Personnel Office” at a hospital and eventually transitioned to Human Resources Director at my current organization, I’ve worked with and guided employees who span all points on the “attitude spectrum”. Why do positive attitudes matter? If you…… Continue reading “It’s time to add attitude to the mix of our well-being at work!”
As a certified trainer for Development Dimensions International (DDI), I train the “Facilitating with Impact” course through The Butte College Training Place. My primary audience is supervisors and managers, but any employee who fills a role in which they train others is welcome to attend the training. Years ago I developed my own Train the…… Continue reading 10 Tips For Training Adults-Employees
If you have role responsibility for offering constructive coaching for employees, it’s important to meet that person’s PERSONAL NEEDS, even when dealing with practical issues. These personal needs don’t have to be addressed in a particular order, but if you can tap into each one, you will be a more dynamic leader.