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15 Behaviors That Make Working With You Difficult

Join Karen Butcher, coach and trainer with InterAction Training, on how relationships can impact our happiness to the point of building or destroying job satisfaction, as she helps you become an exceptional relationship navigator in the workplace.

OnDemand
Recorded Monday,
January 10th, 2022
Presented by Karen Butcher
1h 30m total length
2 CEU Credits
$279.00 or 1 Token

Includes: 30 Days OnDemand Playback, Presenter Materials and Handouts

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The hardest person to see is yourself. In the best workplaces (including working remotely) everyone is encouraged to learn how to self-evaluate. Self-evaluation allows us to adjust the behaviors or words we choose so that we can excel at teamwork.

Does that mean you can’t be yourself? Does that mean you should walk on eggshells or blow the whistle on others if they offend you? No. Evaluating yourself means that you navigate your daily interactions the same way you are expected to drive your car: Respect the speed limit, use your turn signal, keep your eye on the road, use your mirrors, be courteous, and react responsibly when other drivers don’t do what you think they should.

Everybody has good days and bad days. The most conscientious among us work at relationship management continuously, despite, or because of what is happening or how we feel. In this 90-minute, engaging, informative and thought-provoking webinar you will see yourself. And, you will most definitely identify others who need this information.

Save the date. Sign up. Join Karen Butcher, coach and trainer with InterAction Training, on how relationships can impact our happiness to the point of building or destroying job satisfaction, as she helps you become an exceptional relationship navigator in the workplace.

What You Will Learn

  1. The Intruder
  2. The Snob
  3. The Slacker
  4. The Sneaky One
  5. The Dominator
  6. The Stinker
  7. The I Can Top That
  8. The Whiner
  9. The Brown Noser
  10. The Chronically Sick on Monday/Friday
  11. The Braggart
  12. The Bully
  13. The TMI Drama Person
  14. The Self-Proclaimed Critic
  15. The Blamer

Who should attend

Anyone who has ever wanted to get along better with others while taking responsibility for their own professional development.


Karen Butcher

Instructor Bio

Karen Butcher is a former teacher, Mary Kay Sales Director, and trainer whose career journey led her to leave the corporate world to train and coach women and men who want to elevate their leadership skills, lead productive teams, and achieve their goals. Karen is a Certified Bank Training Professional who earned her credential in 2016. She is a Senior Training Consultant for Interaction Training and travels the country facilitating bank supervisor training. Attendees appreciate her hands-on approach to offering tools to coach and lead teams.

In addition, Karen works with Leadership Kentucky as the program coordinator for BRIGHT Kentucky, a new program for young professionals in the 54 counties of the Appalachian Regional Commission.

Karen's passion for people is evident and she knows what is required to become a leader who people want to follow. She believes it's time for a new leadership philosophy where leaders hold themselves and their teams accountable and let go of outdated practices.



Credit Information

Recommended for 2 CEU Credit Hours. After attending this webinar, each attendee can receive a Certificate of Attendance for self-reporting of CEU Credits.