Rhoberta Shaler – How To Manage Difficult Clients, Colleagues, and Co-Workers

DecemberĀ 10, 2015 at 11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern

rhobertashaler5 Empowering Strategies To Reduce Drama, Friction & Tension While Improving Communication!

Nothing drains energy, time & focus faster than facing difficult people. Ideally, you want relationships at work to be pleasant, productive & effective…at a minimum. Today’s skills and strategies can put an end to feeling powerless, irritated, and confused in the face of Debbie Downer or Mike Manipulator. It’s not hopeless and you don’t need to avoid, people-please or give in to keep the peace.

This webinar will help you have…

  • the skills to maintain your cool while responding effectively
  • the insights to understand what’s really going on when drama strikes
  • the finesse to manage difficult people under pressure
  • the strength to be assertive without being aggressive or caving in
  • the confidence to speak up to stop drama and start communicating

Investing time to get these results is adding value to your life and business. Everything you will learn translates into your everyday life and relationships. What could be better? Get these skills and practice them. You’ll be ready and confident the next time a difficult person darkens your door!

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More About Rhoberta Shaler, PhD

Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, The Relationship Help Doctor, offers urgent and ongoing care for couples and companies globally. She is a relationship consultant and educator, a speaker and author.

For over thirty years in Canada and the United States, Dr. Shaler has calmed the turbulence of troubled relationships. She offers the insights and pattern-breaking skills that lead to blame-free, game-free, non-manipulative relationships.

Her book, KAIZEN FOR COUPLES: Smart Steps to Save, Sustain & Strengthen was released in 2014, and THE HIJACKAL TRAP: Loving Someone Who SHOVES You Away Yet DEMANDS That You Stay, which will be published in early 2016.

Her specialty is working with the partners and co-workers of chronically difficult people.