Have you looked at your own role in the problem you’ve been trying to solve?
In some cases, you may be in the inadvertent cause of an employee’s bad behavior. For one reason or another you may be bringing out the worst, instead of the best, in the person you are trying to help and that employee may be uncomfortable talking about their perception of you. So how do you determine if you are creating the problem? This video reviews how to look at your part in handling employee behavior which starts with communication and continues with consistency.
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- More than 20 years of training facilitation/learning and development career, developing custom soft skills employee programs, onboarding, and Train the Trainer experience
- Faculty member of the American Management Association where she trains communication skills
- Corporate trainer for Fortune 500 companies across the country and globally
- Partners with business coaches, HR leaders, and other business leaders to facilitate corporate and institutional training events
- Member of several professional organizations and has received numerous certifications
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