Managing Me


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Managing Me training workshop with DVD  demonstrates the managing dilemma's that  a leader grapples with and the reaction to his management style.  When problems arise, he can choose to react with either impulse or reason.  As each situation plays out, we as viewers see the importance of a positive reaction.  We can see how the normal reaction often has a far greater negative impact on morale, retention and productivity than perhaps any single problem ever could.   For all good managers and leaders, the key to managing other people is to be able to manage yourself and your reaction to the actions of others. 
 
 
 
KEY TRAINING POINTS:
  1. Don't attach-Teach
  2. Don't take sides-Mediate
  3. Don't blame-Solve
  4. Don't close doors-Open Doors
  5. Don't Argue-Negotiate
  6. Don't avoid-Confront

Training Package Includes:  Training film on DVD or VHS- (16 minutes), plus comprehensive Leader's Guide  that also  includes reproducible worksheets and PowerPoint graphics.  This program is closed-captioned and also available for digital delivery.  Please call us for digital package pricing.

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