15 Behaviors That Make Working With You Difficult
June 30, 2020 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
How relationships can build or destroy our job satisfaction
The hardest person to see is yourself. In the best workplaces (including working remote) everyone is encouraged to learn how to self-evaluate. Self-evaluation allows us to adjust the behaviors or words we choose so that we can excel at teamwork.
Does that mean you can’t be yourself? Does that mean you should walk on eggshells or blow the whistle on others if they offend you? No. Evaluating yourself means that you navigate your daily interactions the same way you are expected to drive your car: Respect the speed limit, use your turn signal, keep your eye on the road, use your mirrors, be courteous, and react responsibly when other drivers don’t do what you think they should.
Everybody has good days and bad days. The most conscientious among us work at relationship management continuously, despite, or because of what is happening or how they feel. In this 90-minute, engaging, informative and thought-provoking webinar you will see yourself. And, you will most definitely identify others who need this information.
- The Intruder
- The Snob
- The Slacker
- The Sneaky One
- The Dominator
- The Stinker
- The I Can Top That
- The Whiner
- The Brown Noser
- The Chronically Sick on Monday/Friday
- The Braggart
- The Bully
- The TMI Drama Person
- The Self-Proclaimed Critic
- The Blamer
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who has ever needed headache medicine for their own or others behavior!
Honey Shelton brings 30 years of experience as a training and quality improvement consultant to her speaking and training engagements. Honey works with hundreds of banks, credit unions, and associations across the country. Her substantial banking background includes spending three years as Executive Vice President/Chief Retail Banking Officer with a $1 billion south Texas bank. Honey is nationally recognized as an outstanding speaker, over half a million bankers have participated in her programs and attended her keynotes. Her depth of knowledge, enthusiasm, and compelling personality have left a lasting mark on InterAction Training, the firm she founded in 1983.