Strategies For a Challenging Workplace

Strategies For a Challenging Workplace

Strategies For a Challenging Workplace means:

  • building rapport with all kinds of people
  • understanding the importance of connecting
  • being able to manage conflict situations with professionalism and a calm demeanor
  • being able to negotiate to accomplish results in a way that builds trust and motivates others
  • being able to manage yourself, your tasks and your time effectively

Thriving means leaving the stresses of the workplace in the workplace to maintain your wellness.

Objectives

  • Distinguish between Time & Task management versus Self-management
  • Assess your conflict management styles
  • Define and practice principles of interest-based negotiation
  • Identify strategies for “win-win” negotiation.
  • Learn to build confidence and create motivational environments
  • Identify, demonstrate and practice wellness and stress reduction techniques

Format

Instructor presentation
Full-group discussion
Small-group interaction
Individual exercises
Video clips
Practice exercises

Outline:

Conflict management styles

Interest based negotiation and positional negotiation

Time and task management versus self-management

Motivating yourself and others by creating environments that motivate through autonomy, mastery and purpose

Tips for staying motivated

Personal accountability and time management. Distinguishing between what is
important and what is urgent in order to manage your time effectively

How to clear your mind to manage commitments: Collect, Process, Organize,
Review, Do

Assessing your stressors

Long term and short term strategies to wellness; practicing stress relief through laughter and meditation

Participants at the Strategies For a Challenging Workplace training workshop are encouraged to send an email within three months following the training workshop and can expect a personal reply to assist with their learning experience.