Most managers and supervisors would rather steer clear of workplace drama and let employees work things out on their own. But this hands-off approach can backfire. Is every one of your employees just executing without excuses? Are they fully accountable, passionately driving huge results, without any drama or hassle? Turn the Drama around and work to create a more human work culture.
Objectives of the Presentation
- Deal with drama at work
- Understand how drama begins
- Learn what you can do to change your perspective
- Understand how to focus on the things over which you have control
- Learn how to stay positive
- Understand how to maintain your positive space
Why Should you Attend
The present working environments are overflowing with drama that is both evident and delicate. Dramatization can be exceptionally problematic to work process, profitability, correspondences and team cohesion.
Making "drama free" workplaces ought to be a priority for organizations that need to function at their highest levels, want to be considered "employers of choice", and want harmonious, collaborative environments. Keeping in mind the end goal to decrease workplace stress, members will figure out how to take more control of their bliss.
- Different strokes for different folks
- Why the drama?
- Tips on how to change perspective
- Navigate the circle of control and the sphere of influence
- Commit to at least one positive methodology
- Contribute to your workspace by projecting positivity
Ms Kelly A. Mannel,
Founder and Chair ,
The Society of Emotional Intelligence, North Florida
Kelly Mannel has a proven track record in developing exceptional organizations, leaders and talent. Her approach inspires people to open their minds to greater possibilities for themselves and their businesses. She employs leading research on the emerging role of Civility and Emotional Intelligence (EI) in the workplace and holds numerous certifications. Kelly started her career in Human Resources and applies her analytical side to improving businesses through process and organizational change. She has long been a proponent of EI, and is certified in administering the EQi-2.0 instrument and Emotions & Behaviors at Work Assessment and Report System.
A writer and frequent guest speaker to industry, Kelly has also worked as a consultant and coach for many Fortune 100 companies and healthcare organizations. Kelly currently serves as the Founder and Chair of the Society of Emotional Intelligence, North Florida.
Kelly's professional credentials include:
- Certificate of Competence in Emotions & Behaviors at Work Assessment - EBW London
- Emotional Intelligence Coach (SoEI) EQi- 2.0 and EQi 2.0 360 Certified - Multi Health Systems
- Senior Professional Human Resources - Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI)
- Talent Management - Human Capital Institute (HCI)
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator - CPP, Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT)
- FIRO Business, Strong, TKI - CPP, Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT)
- MMTIC Type Indicator for Children - Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT)
- Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People -Speed of Trust - FranklinCovey
- Creating Leadership Development Programs - Association for Talent Development (ATD)
- 360o Assessment Suite-Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)
- Emotional Intelligence Coach (SoEI)
- EQi- 2.0 and EQi 2.0 360 Certified - Multi Health Systems