If you ever had to work with a difficult boss or team, you know how challenging it can be to perform your job to your fullest potential and shine. Whether sabotaging success, creating chaos within teams or entire departments, or just making tasks thornier than they have to be, difficult people can generate unnecessary obstacles and impede or dampen the professional success of others.
In this fun and dynamic workshop, participants will learn how to effectively identify and work with the three most popular behaviors of difficult people: passive/aggressive, help-rejecting/complaining, and projection. Case studies will be used to illustrate the most common scenarios and specific techniques to successfully intervene will be discussed. At the end of the workshop, participants will learn how to work effectively with some of the most difficult people, reduce the level of stress they experience in the workplace and get the recognition they deserve!
About The Speaker
Jinnie English will lead this fun and concrete workshop. Jinnie is the President and CEO of International & Chicago's High Achievers, a human development firm that provides think tank, training and psychotherapy services to high achieving professionals, their families and corporations.
For more information on Jinnie English, visit http://ard.uchicago.edu/alumniandfriends/pdf/english_paradigmshifter.pdf. A profile of Jinnie has just been published in the January/February 2010 issue of the University of Chicago Magazine. Read the article.
About Our Sponsor
|We are thankful to our sponsor, the law firm of McDonnell, Boehnen, Hulbert and Berghoff, LLP, for providing the facilities for this workshop. Visit their website at mbhb.com.
Employees of MBHB are invited to participate in this event at the UCWBG member price.