These People Drive me Crazy!
How long has it been since you’ve said that? How long have you been the topic of someone else’s drives-me-crazy list? We have all been there, that’s for sure! When you think to yourself: “These people drive me crazy!”, there’s no doubt at some point your bell was rung! This is a topic that is near and dear to me. I myself used to hang out in the drives-me-crazy lane a little too much. Just like a real traffic lane, it’s a place that only grows more stressful the more time you spend in it. I am also well acquainted with the bell-ringing and I know you are too. Why do I know? Because it’s true for anyone who leads others, trains co-workers, interacts with customers, or has contact with people in general!
Here’s How You Learn to Deal With It
Everything you do is motivated by your conscious or unconscious belief that it’s in your best interest. The question is: How do I learn what is and what isn’t in my best interest? The key is to gain an understanding and mature the knowledge you use to self-evaluate and self-correct. I have learned a great deal about self-evaluation and self-correction techniques. I was taught by the masters, William Glasser, MD, and Bob Wubbolding, EdD, a process duped WDEP. The acronym stands for:
Wanting – What do I want?
Doing – What do I need to do to get it?
Evaluating – Is the want good for me? Is what I am doing helpful?
Planning – What will be my plan to get what I want?
In my webinar, also called “These People Drive Me Crazy!”, we will examine WDEP. We will also explore the groundwork that must be laid in your branch or your department that will enable you to help negative or difficult people see that what they are doing isn’t working. If you are ready to put an end to allowing people to sabotage teamwork, don’t pull their load, or create turmoil, this program is for you!
You missed the live webinar on June 16, 2016, but you can still purchase the CD-ROM .