Presenter: Dr. Miriam Reiss, DSS, MCC
According to a Gallup poll, more than 75% of employees in the U.S. quit their jobs because of their bosses - and not because of the job, the company, or a lack of opportunity. Dealing with difficult bosses, employees, and co-workers can be demanding as well as emotionally stressful. It can impact your work performance, sleep, home life, personal relationships, self-worth and self-confidence. And it can prevent you from performing at the high levels of excellence you are capable of.
In this practical, nuts-and-bolts webinar, Dr. Miriam Reiss will share real-life examples, and show you how to recognize and constructively deal with difficult workplace personalities. She'll identify thirteen key, difficult personalities, along with six personality sub-types, that you must know about.
Discover how the minds of difficult people work, and how to respond versus react. Gain a concrete roadmap for dealing with difficult personalities, so that you and your job aren't negatively impacted by others' difficult behavior.
Dr. Miriam Reiss brings a blend of strong executive and leadership coaching skills, professional experience, and proven client success. She has been coaching for over twenty years and is a leader in the coaching industry. Miriam's results-driven approach holds clients to the highest standard and supports them in performing at their very best. Her style combines wisdom, strategy, resourcefulness, and humor. She is a specialist in leadership development, neuroscience, psychology, marketing and wellness. Reiss has coached senior executives in a wide range of industries from technology and financial services to law and health care. She's worked with employees representing companies including Microsoft, Fidelity, Boeing and the Peace Corps. Miriam is a graduate of Cornell and Columbia Universities, and the University of Santa Monica's graduate program in Psychology, with an emphasis on Consciousness, Health and Healing. A longtime Master Certified Coach (MCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF), she is Past President of the Washington State Chapter of the ICF.