Wed, Sep 30|
WEBINAR - Anger Management in the Workplace (2)
Learning to manage your anger in the workplace is an essential skill for attracting and maintaining relationships with colleagues and clients.
Time & Location
Sep 30, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. EDT
About the Event
In a previous career, Evelina Silveira taught anger management skills to thousands of correctional clients and took what she learned to apply it to her practice with workplace bullies.
If you are struggling with managing your anger at work; this webinar is for you. It offers practical suggestions and reflective exercises.
You owe it to yourself to improve your relationships and feel better physically and emotionally.
This is a guided anger management webinar. Participants will receive a workbook in advance and be asked to print it off and have it available for the exercises.
- Your personal anger signs.
- Anger and Feelings
- Anger De-escalation Techniques
- Personal Responsibility
- Next Steps
DISCLAIMER: This webinar will not deal with individual anger management issues. It is not a substitute for therapy or counselling.
A workbook is included.
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