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Dealing with Toxic People July 16

June 16, 2010

Want to improve your workplace skills and enhance your emotional IQ? Register for a free summer workshop offered through Training and Organizational Development.

Dealing with Toxic People
Friday, July 16
8 a.m.-noon
Johnson Hall, Room 129
Instructor:  Dr. Russell Sanders

This Training and Organizational Development class addresses the difficult relationships and people we often encounter in the workplace and provides understanding, tools, and strategies.

  • Who are toxic people and what are the different types that are present in the workplace?
  • Learn about personal “hot buttons” and how to neutralize them
  • How to develop better self-management through increased emotional intelligence
  • How to develop choices and options: Exercising your inherent capacities

Participants learn:

  • Explore behaviors and interactions that cause difficulty in relating to others. Recognizing the nature of “toxic-relating" creates choices that enable us to deal with difficult situations and people more successfully
  • Enhance your “emotional I Q” and learn to exercise options that may increase confidence and an enhanced ability to deal with difficult people and situations

Register


Contact: Ellen Audley
E-mail: Ellen.Audley@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-1376