It is a good thing if you are reading a book by your favorite author, you just paid $10 for a ticket to the new release in the theater, or you are watching your favorite show on TV.
It’s not so good at work.
I am asked questions all the time about solving a whole range of problems at work. They are discussed as negativity, personality conflicts, morale problems and a whole host of bad behaviors. Often as they are being described, people have some trouble getting to the root of the problem. Sometimes I will summarize and ask if the problem is the drama . . . almost always, they smile and say yes.
Would you like to stop workplace drama?
Would you like to reduce or disrupt the negativity, personality conflicts and more in your workplace?
This teleseminar lead by Marlene Chism, the author of a book by the same name, will give you tangible ideas for dealing with, and ultimately stopping, the drama.
I have known Marlene for several years and know that she knows her stuff – and whether you are a leader or an individual contributor, the skills and insights you will gain in this learning experience will make a difference for you now and for the rest of your career.
When you master these skills, your team members will thank you because they will be working in an more positive, stress-free environment; your organization will thank you because you will be more productive; your family will thank you because you will have less stress at home; and in the end, you will be glad you did.