Dealing with Negativity
£425.00 Plus VAT
Face To Face Delivery Virtual Delivery One To One Coaching Closed Group Course Public Course
In these days of constantly changing working practises, restructuring and redundancies this kind of statement is all too common in the workplace. The problem with negativity is it’s infectious! This course can help managers deal with negativity, stop it spreading and help staff to regain their enthusiasm and motivation.
Who Should Attend
Managers who may have to deal with negativity in the workplace.
1. Supporting Staff through Change and Modern Challenges
Assisting staff in adapting to change and addressing the complexities of the contemporary working environment requires effective strategies. This involves communication, training, and fostering adaptability.
2. Identifying and Addressing Negativity
Understanding the various forms of negativity and developing effective strategies to deal with them is crucial for a harmonious workplace. This entails creating a culture of constructive feedback and open dialogue.
3. Practical Techniques for Managing Negative Behaviour
Demonstrating practical techniques to manage negative behavior involves providing examples, role-playing scenarios, and guidance on conflict resolution and emotional intelligence. Creating a safe environment for practice is essential.
4. Reigniting Staff Motivation
Helping staff rediscover their motivation can be achieved through clear goal setting, recognition, rewards, and opportunities for personal and professional development. Regular one-on-one discussions can help tailor strategies to individual motivations.
5. Crafting a Post-Course Action Plan
Creating a comprehensive action plan following the course to tackle negativity involves setting specific goals, timelines, and responsibilities. This plan should encompass strategies learned and offer ongoing support and resources to staff, with regular follow-up and feedback mechanisms for effectiveness.
1. Identifying the Causes of Negativity
Understanding the root causes of negativity is essential to address and mitigate its impact in the workplace. This involves recognizing the factors that contribute to negative attitudes and emotions among employees.
2. Distinguishing ‘Situational’ and ‘Habitual’ Negativity
It’s important to differentiate between negativity that arises due to specific situations or events (situational) and negativity that has become a regular pattern of behavior (habitual). Each may require distinct approaches for management.
3. Assessing the Impact of Negativity on Behaviour
Negativity can significantly influence employee behavior, affecting productivity, teamwork, and overall workplace atmosphere. It’s crucial to explore how negative attitudes manifest in actions and interactions.
4. Managing Workplace Behaviour
Effectively managing behavior in the workplace involves implementing strategies to promote positive interactions and address negative behavior. This may include conflict resolution techniques, leadership training, and creating a supportive work environment.
5. Revitalizing Employee Motivation
Re-energizing your workforce requires strategies to boost motivation. This can be achieved through setting clear goals, recognizing achievements, offering incentives, and providing opportunities for growth and development.
6. Developing Personal Implementation Plans
Personal Implementation Plans help individuals take what they’ve learned and apply it in their daily work. These plans should include specific actions, timelines, and measurable objectives to address negativity and enhance overall workplace dynamics.
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These follow up coaching sessions help support your colleagues to embed their learning during their skills transfer period. Applying new skills and changing behaviour takes effort and practice. After attending a training course many colleagues will find they need support through this transition. EQV can provide that support with follow up coaching sessions to help embed the learning.
Embedding coaching sessions can be delivered in 90 minute and half day durations. The facilitator will work with the group to capture feedback about challenges and how to overcome them ensuring success going forward.
Having a formal embedding coaching session will not only increase the success of the skills transfer period but helps create a platform of motivation, inclusivity and commitment within the group.