- Anger Management: Understanding Anger - Yours and Others
- Conflict Management and the TKI
- Conflict Resolution - A One Day Primer
- Conflict Resolution: Dealing with Difficult People
- Conflict Resolution: Getting Along in the Workplace for HR
- Controlling Anger Before It Controls You - A One Day Primer
Anger Management: Understanding Anger - Yours and Others
Anger is a universal experience. Dogs get angry, bees get angry, and so do humans. You don’t have to be a psychologist to know that managing anger productively is something few individuals, organizations, and societies do well. Yet research tells us that those who do manage their anger at work are much more successful than those who don’t.
The co-worker who can productively confront his teammate about his negative attitude increases his team’s chance of success as well as minimizes destructive conflicts. The customer service agent who can defuse the angry customer not only keeps her customers loyal but makes her own day less troublesome. This one-day workshop is to help give you and your organization that edge. More detail...
Conflict Management and the TKI
(Includes the TKI assessment)
Conflict Resolution - A One Day Primer
There are two major myths about conflict: that it always involves anger and that it's always negative. Conflict can actually be a positive tool for growth if you know how to manage it properly. This one-day course will teach participants just how to do that. More detail...
Conflict Resolution: Dealing with Difficult People
Edward Deming, the father of quality management, has said that people can face almost any problem except the problem of people. They can work long hours, face declining business, even the loss of a job, but they can’t deal with the difficult people in their lives. This one-day workshop will help you identify some of the ways you may be contributing to these problems and give you some strategies you can adopt, at work and in your personal life. More detail...
Conflict Resolution: Getting Along in the Workplace for HR
All of us experience conflict. We argue with our spouses, disagree with our friends, and sometimes even quarrel with strangers at a hockey game. At times we lose sight of the fact that all this conflict is normal. So long as people are individuals there will be the potential for conflict. Since you can’t prevent conflict, the most important thing is to learn how to handle or manage it in productive ways. What is critical for resolving conflict is developing an understanding of, and a trust in, shared goals. It requires openness, discipline, and creativity. Showing respect for other people and not blaming them enables people to work for mutual benefit. These are the skills that you will develop in this two-day workshop. More detail...
Controlling Anger Before It Controls You - A One Day Primer
Everyone gets angry; it's a completely natural response. But do you know how to manage that anger constructively? By the end of this one-day course, you will! More detail...