Stop Complainers and Energy Drainers
End the workplace drama and get more done!
Format: Digital Downloads
Every team has at least one person who complains — a lot. Many teams have more than one chronically negative person. So whether those people are self-appointed devil's advocates who point out flaws for the sake of the group or employees who basically just whine about everything, the constant negativity has a way of working its way through the group and becoming toxic.
Morale suffers. Productivity declines. Conflicts among staffers escalate. Stress soars. That kind of toxic workplace will almost always lead to poor group performance, failure to reach team goals—and ultimately, turnover.
Moral of the story: You can't afford to ignore the chronic complainers on your team. Put an end to energy- and time-draining complaining, and turn your team into a group of problem-solving superstars. In this information-packed presentation, Linda will teach you how to put an end to complaining.
Learn how to:
- Stop complainers from wasting your time.
- Turn complainers into productive contributors.
- Get more done with less drama.
- Empower employees to solve problems on their own.
- Teach complainers to communicate their concerns productively.
- And much more!
About the Presenter:
Linda Swindling, JD, CSP
From the courtroom to the boardroom, Linda Swindling, JD, CSP, knows firsthand about high stakes communications and selling to the C-suite. Her specialty is communicating in a way people will hear what you are saying and help you get what you want. Linda speaks at conventions, meetings, associations and companies including MPI, Promotional Products Association International, Southern Gas Association, PepsiCo, KPMG & Ericsson.
A Certified Speaking Professional and recovering attorney, Linda is the 2010-2011 president of the National Speakers Association/North Texas. A media expert and author/co-author of more than 20 books, she is the creator of the popular Passports to Success book series. Author of Get What You Want and Negotiate Like a CEO and co-author of Impact Negotiation, she is called "one of the country's top experts on communications" by the Network for Executive Women and "an expert on bargaining" by American Way magazine.ORDER NOW
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