Carole’s charismatic style and ability to engage emotionally with audiences has made her a sought-after business speaker working with equal success in the contrasting cultures of the UK, the Middle East and internationally. She delivers keynote presentations and Masterclasses at either conferences or...
· Have to manage emotional and volatile staff? · Have to deal with angry customers? · Sometimes have to diffuse violent situations at work?
If you can answer ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then this book is right for you.
Anger management is a key communication skill, increasingly needed by management and staff, everywhere from factories and hospitals to call-centres and car-parks. Effective conflict resolution skills can avert violence, settle disputes and improve relations all round, resulting in a happier and more productive team, as well as reducing the risk of expensive litigation.
This book provides proven skills to help recognise and diffuse anger in the workplace.
Anger and conflict in the workplace – unless properly managed – can lead to untold damage both to the organisation and the individuals involved.
For many people, conflict is something to be avoided at all costs. As a result, they may find themselves backing away from situations where they should ideally be taking control; and may even find their own situation or former neutrality compromised as a result.
If any of this sounds familiar, or if you find yourself exposed to particular people, personalities or circumstances that make you wish you possessed the skills and tools to manage them better, then you will find everything you need in the following pages.
This practical management toolkit will increase your knowledge of everything from the theory of violence and aggression, and how to manage different types of conflict in the workplace, to the best ways of dealing with notoriously difficult personality types.
The result will be that you will be able to increase your assertiveness and self-esteem; improve the performance of your team; and develop a work environment that will be of benefit to your colleagues and yourself.
Anger, violence and aggression are the antithesis of creativity, productivity and respect. Use these tools to help to minimise the former - and maximise the latter.
Full acknowledgement is given to my colleague Gerry Jackson for his input into this toolkit.