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The 60-Minute Active Training Series: How to Bring Out the Better Side of Difficult People, Participant's Workbook

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The 60-Minute Active Training Series: How to Bring Out the Better Side of Difficult People, Participant's Workbook

Melvin L. Silberman, Freda Hansburg

ISBN: 978-0-787-97358-2 December 2004 Pfeiffer 24 Pages

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Faced with people we don’t like or don’t understand, most of us tend to write them off, or worse still, vent about them to others. How to Bring Out the Better Side of Difficult People, Participants Workbook from the popular 60-Minute Active Training Series offers you an effective, yet brief training session that teaches you how to approach difficult people in productive ways. Specifically, you will be learn how to
  • Draw out people rather than closing them down
  • Overcome your barriers to understanding others
  • Look beyond the surface to learn what make people “tick”
  • Take a novel approach when a relationship feels stuck

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About This Brief Training Session 1

The Challengers 2

Self-Assessment 3

My Challengers 4

Five Ways to Get Curious 5

A New Approach 6

Working the 3 C’s 7

Try It: Experiments in Change 8

Participant Recap 9

Reading 10