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Working with Aggressive Personalities Webinar

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Summary

Working with Aggressive Personalities

Workshop Description/Agenda

Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives

Benefits
Understand the most common and predictable aggressive behaviors and how to proactively intervene to lower the toxicity. Aggressive personalities create a double bind for most companies. Their behavior creates a toxic and unsafe work culture with compromised productivity, engagement, and wellbeing. Often, these same personalities are highly driven, passionate, and productive as well. We cant live with them, and we cant live without them. Ultimately, your culture is only as good as the worst behaviors it allows. The solution lies in understanding the relationship between positive motivation and negative attention. Most aggressive behavior is a negative attempt to meet personalityspecific psychological needs or a reaction to an emotional trigger. Learn about the most common and predictable aggressive behaviors, whats behind them, and how to proactively intervene to lower the toxicity. Everyone, including leaders, have a role to play in keeping themselves out of distress and helping others do the same.

Agenda
The Anatomy of Aggression
ï Four Clusters of Aggressive Behaviors
ï Distress Invites Distress

Psychological Needs and Aggression
ï The Four Personality Types Most Likely to Be Aggressive
ï What's Missing? The Positives Behind Negative Attention
ï Emotional Triggers and Aggression

What You Can Do
ï Recognize the Problem: It's Not About You
ï Positive Needs Stop Negative Attention
ï Eating Crow: Setting Aside Pride and Ego
ï Job Number One: Self-Care

A Leader's Role
ï Take Responsibility for Your Own Distress
ï Distinguish the Person From the Behavior
ï Holding People Accountable for Behavior

Questions and Answers

Faculty
Nathan Regier, Ph.D. with Next Element Consulting, LLC

Credits

Who Should Attend

This live webinar is designed for all professional individuals across all industries.

Additional Information

Training Provider: Lorman Education Services

Course Topics: Business Skills Training > Interpersonal Skills

Training Course Summary: Working with Aggressive Personalities

Live Webinar Date/Time