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Combatting Negative Employee Behavior: Strategies for a Positive and Productive Workplace - Webinar

  • ID: 4399558
  • Webinar
  • 90 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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We all have that one person in the office that insists on infecting everyone with their negative attitude. From finger pointing and blaming, to non-stop gossip and backbiting, these negative actions can have huge implications in the workplace.

Objectives of the Presentation

After attending this 90-minute webinar, attendees will:
  • Understand the effects of negative behavior in the workplace
  • Recognize the impact they have on others in a positive and negative way
  • Understand the difference between above the line and below the line behaviors
  • Learn the difference between venting and complaining
  • Receive a model for respecting employees who are absent
Why Should You Attend?

Workplace Environment and Employee Performance. An employee's workplace environment is a key determinant of the quality of their work and their level of productivity. Having said that, every workplace has negative people who erode morale.

A negative attitude in the workplace creates an atmosphere of distrust among employees and causes employees to attempt to achieve success at the expense of each other. A negative employee can infect a work group or a team with negativity faster than you can imagine. They're not always easy to pick out of a crowd, but they can do an amazing amount of damage over time.

Are you confident that you are able to do all of the following?
  • Stop rumour mills and office gossip
  • Inspire those who have become unmotivated or bored at work
  • Recognize the signs that foreshadow serious problems
  • Communicate, listen and ask questions in a non-accusing manner
  • Clarify key team values to employees
  • Hold employees accountable to positive behavior
  • Form effective solutions that will get your entire team on board
  • Stay positive and in control when others aren't?
If you answered 'no' to any of the above then this webinar is essential for you.

Attend the webinar to learn how to identify the sources of negative attitudes and manage them effectively before they spiral out of control & damage the work environment or bring down your organization reputation.

During this 90 minute session you will get valuable insight as how to create a more enjoyable, productive and supportive working environment. It will help you to combat negativity by working out conflicts with constructive criticism, active listening and an optimistic attitude.

Areas Covered
  • What a negative atmosphere could be costing you and your organization
  • Ways to identify and remove sources of negativity
  • How building trust builds teams
  • Understand the manager's role in building a toxic-free team
  • How to deal with different problem attitudes (complainers, pessimists, gossips) with open communication
  • Skills to motivate team members and change negative behaviors
  • How to assess your own attitude and understand how it's affecting your team
  • Strategies to effectively respond when upper management is identified as the cause of negativity (dealing with a bad boss)
  • Guidelines to create a 'pocket of positivity' within your team - and how to serve as an example for the whole company
You will also learn:
  • Set clear expectations that reduce the 'I didn't know' wiggle room
  • Identify specific strategies for different forms of toxic behavior
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  • Wes Pruett Wes Pruett,


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  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team leaders, Team members
  • HR personnel, HR Managers
  • Business owners, Business professionals
  • Anyone who wants to gain control of negative situations and create a positive, healthy work environment!
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