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Often, when dealing with difficult people, we forget that we may actually be the difficult person in their eyes. This webinar will help you better identify, assess, and resolve most conflicts.
Have you ever reached the point where you just want to throw your hands up and yell, “What’s wrong with these people?” This webinar will answer that question and tell you how to deal with difficult people at work and how to overcome the communication disjunctions that fuel the frustration fires.
How to work with difficult coworkers and still get something done.
With more than 20 years of experience in the corporate/techworld, Mélanie has learned hands-on the importance of clear, concise writing. As a published author, corporate trainer, and world traveler, she has honed her presentation skills to reach a diverse audience. As an award-winning comedienne, she helps participants learn and remember essential skills while having fun throughout the journey. Mélanie currently writes for multiple clients, speaks all over the world, hosts a weekly radio program, and still takes time to tutor local children in her home town of fabulous Las Vegas. She lives with her husband, a former Marine and current professional actor; her spokesdog, Abigail (who helps with the presentations); and her two vociferous cats, Max and Phrytzie.View all trainings by this speaker