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According to Gallup US businesses lost between 250-300 billion in lost productivity last year due to negativity. Negativity is just one form of drama in the workplace. No matter how you label it, disruptive behavior, workplace bullying, incivility, harassment, insubordination and power struggles its all drama. Could it be that we are all using different language for the same issue? Author of Stop Workplace Drama Marlene Chism says that because drama shows up in different ways we are all trying to eliminate it without understanding drama at the core. What is it that negativity, turnover, absenteeism and the harassment lawsuit has in common? Actually there are three common components, and these three components are what comprise drama. One component is relationships. For example, did you know the number one reason for turnover is workplace relationship issues between boss and employee? That’s just one form of drama that manifests as turnover. Workplace relationships show up again as the main reason for absenteeism. When employees can’t get along with each other, the stress impacts personal productivity and well-being.
Drama in the workplace hampers productivity and stands in the way of achieving the corporate mission and departmental goals. In this webinar, professional speaker, consultant and author of Stop Workplace Drama (Wiley 2011) gives you the tools to identify all three core components always present in drama, as well as the three primary behavioral roles that show up in workplace drama. No matter how workplace drama shows up in your organization or company, the tools and methods presented in this webinar translates from business to personal, with the power and potential to improve all areas of life.
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HR professionals, managers, business unit managers, practice administrators, business owners, leaders
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The three common components always present in drama A new language and method to define and identify drama; How clarity can change any situation; Communication skills to help you manage change
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