Dealing with Difficult Personalities
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We all know someone who can be bossy or a bit of a know-it-all, don’t we? How about someone who always criticizes or doesn’t contribute and lets others pick up the slack? Politely, we describe them as ‘difficult’.
Dealing with pleasant, positive people is easy. But everyone goes through a period in their life when they aren’t at their best or are ‘difficult’, at least from someone else’s point of view.
Whether it’s a ‘one-off’ or a permanently difficult personality you’re dealing with, being able to maintain a relationship with them in the workplace is vital for achieving goals successfully.
How to be assertive with someone difficult
How to keep a clear narrative and communicate successfully
How to deal with difficult people
How to defuse difficult encounters
Different types of difficult people
Why your teams need this course
Dealing with ‘difficult’ people can be, well, difficult. But your ability to deal with different types of people may influence your success and overall happiness more than many other skills you might develop, so it’s important stuff. This course will help by teaching you coping and negotiating strategies for dealing with those difficult people in your life.
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