Looking for the way OUT of spiraling sensitivities that cause office conflict, low morale, and high blood pressure? You’re in the right place.
My books “Don’t Bring It to Work”, “Pattern Aware Success Guide” and “GUTSY: How Women Leaders Make Change” offer keen insights to elevate leadership and increase productivity. Your organization can thrive with communications and relationship skills that make a difference.
Business consulting services include executive coaching, leadership programs, employee relations, and team building in the workplace.
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THE POINT OF DIFFERENCE: Did you ever wonder why tensions get so dialed up at work? And why they don’t ever seem to stop? Why work is like being in a boxing ring; punch and jab, punch and jab?
What did I find? What magic do I offer from my 30 years of research?
When stress hits the hot button we revert to behavior patterns that we learned in our original organization, the family. As children we learned about things like favoritism, failure, and fairness. Like it or not, behavior from childhood lasts even after we’re promoted. When we feel threatened, discouraged, or disappointed we become like upset babies or thumb-sucking toddlers. And if we don’t, our co-workers do!
Learn to stop the tensions that cause office politics, limit productivity, and what to do about it. Learn about communication skills for business, ideas for team building, and change-management in companies. LEARN TO PRACTICE SAFE STRESS. It’s been a game changer for individuals and organizations. It decreases sick days and legal hassles, and increases sales and customer satisfaction.
Is your boss a bully who needs to feel important and boosts his ego by withholding important information from you? Or maybe you work with someone who is so fearful of argument or criticism that problems go unsolved because she won't discuss them.
-Anne Fisher, Time.com
One of the most original and useful books on the family/work/life balance issue.
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