Being the Best Leader When Others Are Being Their Worst

 

June 17, 2020 | 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
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As a leader in organizations, one of our biggest stressors is the “difficult person” on our team. Google “managing difficult people” and you will get over 3 million results, from leadership books and survival guides to Top 10 lists, and rarely does number 7 amaze anyone. Too often at work, however, it is like dealing with a picky four-year-old; eventually you get worn down and everyone gets mac and cheese.

The good news is that the leadership techniques we rely on to engage and inspire employees everyday are the same ones we need to enhance when faced with disruptive behavior. In this session we will explore ways we can up our game and help support other leaders to up theirs to reshape behaviors to align with team success.

About our Speaker:

Paul Toth’s mission is to transform organizations; not just those he works with, but all organizations. As a true believer in business as a source of social good, he helps organizations, leaders and teams enhance the meaning in their work so they can amplify their impact on people, their community, and the world. Drawing on diverse experience from across the HR field, coaching executives, and developing talent in organizations ranging from large health-care systems to tech start-ups, to manufacturing and non-profits, he partners with his clients to build customized responses to their unique challenges.

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