Managing & Motivating the 7 Most Challenging Employee Types

Challenging Employees

Some of your employees may require more "managing" than others. Some might enjoy pushing the limits, while others seem totally clueless about the problems they cause.

From emotional drama queens to lazy slackers, all of these aggravating folks can be considered "Challenging Employees" – people who consume an inordinate amount of your time and energy, but are not really bad enough to fire.

Tolerating these harmful behaviors is definitely NOT the best solution. That's why we've teamed up with syndicated columnist and workplace expert Marie G. McIntyre, Ph.D., to present Managing & Motivating the 7 Most Challenging Employee Types.

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Join us Thursday, December 19, for this productivity-boosting webinar. You will learn specific coaching strategies to help you manage and motivate the seven most difficult employee types. The program will include the following topics:

  • 6 signs that you have a Challenging Employee
  • How Challenging Employees push your management "hot buttons"
  • The confrontational types: Drama Queens, Challengers and Power Grabbers
  • Passive problems: Slackers, Clingers and Space Cadets
  • The secret formula for managing Childish Adults (whiners, pouters, tattletales and gossips)
  • How managers enable employees by rewarding negative behaviors
  • 5 traits managers must have to effectively deal with Challenging Employees
  • Coaching techniques that have the greatest impact on Challenging Employees
  • 5-step AMESH formula for helping people change their behavior
  • How to inspire Challenging Employees by flipping their "motivational switch"
  • 10-step "coaching road map" to guide your performance discussions
  • How to respond when Challenging Employees blame others or deny responsibility
  • Truly toxic employees: when termination is the only option

Don't let a challenging employee infect your entire work group – let workplace expert Marie McIntyre's 10-step "coaching road map" show you how to handle all those multiple personalities at work with Managing & Motivating the 7 Most Challenging Employee Types.

Sincerely,

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Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
Managing People at Work

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100% GuaranteeP.P.P.S. We promise you'll be satisfied. If Managing & Motivating the 7 Most Challenging Employee Types fails to meet your needs, we will refund 100% of your tuition – no hassles, no questions asked. Your conference materials, registration bonus and website access are still yours to keep.

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About Your Speaker:

Marie McIntyre

Marie McIntyre

Marie McIntyre is a workplace psychologist who operates an international career coaching business, and the website YourOfficeCoach.com. She has written a workplace advice column, Your Office Coach, for thirteen years and is the author of two business books, Secrets to Winning at Office Politics and The Management Team Handbook. Previously, Marie held management positions in both business and government, including Director of Human Resources in a Fortune 500 company. As a consultant, she has worked with a wide variety of organizations, including Cisco, The Home Depot, AT&T, Walgreens, Lockheed Martin, and the CDC. Marie’s career advice has appeared in Fortune, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Canadian Business, and many other publications.

 


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  • Thursday, December 19th
  • 1 - 2:15 p.m. ET
  • 10 - 11:15 a.m. PT

Since this is a webinar, you and your entire staff can attend in the comfort of your office or conference room for one low price! You may include as many people as you wish while listening on a single phone line or computer. Contact us for multi-site discounts.