We all know that in many workplaces here in Central Ohio, discussions can at times get heated. It could be for any reason or, simply, no reason at all. Leaders, managers, and anyone who has to work in teams must be in control at all times. It is okay to be assertive in getting things done; but at times, assertiveness can cross the line into perceived aggression.
Managing behavior always brings a higher degree of professionalism within the often stressful workplace. Learning ways to connect emotions and professional behavior make for a better culture and improves morale. Leadership can communicate more effectively with confidence and enthusiasm. It is important to understanding one’s style. There are aspects of everyone’s personality that might hold people back. Awareness is essential. But recognizing what behaviors pose problems and what behaviors make others feel comfortable helps to ensure continued success.
Creating a Professional Demeanor: How to Look, Act, and Sound like a Professional is a truly practical look at making people better. Dale Carnegie Training in Central Ohio is offering a full day session with all of the above as principle avenue for growth and opportunity. Attendees learn to document your achievement and build self- confidence, and they discover the best way to recognize and eliminate seven destructive behaviors that challenge even the best of us.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
All Day Event in the Columbus Area
08:30 AM – 05:00 PM
555 Metro Place North
Dublin, Ohio 43017
The class focuses on:
- Emotional control
- Appropriate communication
- Attributes of Professionalism
Now anyone can acquire all the attributes of professionalism quickly and easily at Creating a Professional Demeanor: How to Look, Act and Sound Like a Professional.
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