Dealing With Difficult People Training Course

Saturday, 15 April 2023 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM AWST

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Saturday, 15 April 2023 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM AWST

The management of employees is the most difficult part of any business, no matter how small or large. Most businesses that heavily rely on customer relationships or require large numbers of employees to function are the most difficult to manage. There are many aspects of business that can be managed or predicted, except for the unpredictable nature of people. Edward Deming, who is considered the father of quality management, said that people can deal with almost any problem, except for the problem of people. It seems that people can handle almost any problem in their lives, including sickness, job loss, decline, or natural disasters. The only thing people cannot deal with is difficult people at work and in their personal lives.

People have an innate gift for getting along with others. They seem to have a natural ability to manage difficult situations and to diffuse conflict . You can learn and master basic skills and techniques to deal with difficult people. You will learn the skills, techniques, mindset, and mindset you need to manage yourself in difficult situations. You will be able to communicate effectively and build relationships. You will also learn about different personality types and their behavior so you can better understand people and offer solutions that suit each type. If you deal with people every day, this training session is invaluable. It will give you the knowledge and skills you need to facilitate transactions and other interactions.

How to Deal with Difficult People.

What their actions and attitudes impact on others

Do you want to know what makes someone difficult? Our trainers will give you more information about what makes someone difficult, how they are perceived, and how to deal with them. Our trainers offer both sides of the story.

There are new and more effective ways to deal with difficult people

This section discusses standard methods for dealing with difficult people. Advanced skills can also be developed using Psychological techniques that researchers have created.

Strategies for dealing with difficult people or difficult situations

We may be able to find ways to cope with difficult people. But how can we personally handle them? Our trainers can help you improve your outlook and attitude.

How can they identify when they are allowed to leave a difficult situation?

Sometimes it's better to leave than to add fuel to the flames. Your team can be empowered for difficult confrontations by learning when and how to make it happen professionally and effectively.

Strategies for managing and dealing with anger

This is a short session to help you manage your anger. We offer information and training about anger management and how it is created.

Additional modules to help you deal with difficult people Custom team training

Discuss the focus techniques that can be used to deal with customers who are upset.
Stopping micro-managers from becoming tyrants is the best way to do it.
Manage your first reaction to customers confidently
Stop feeling stressed out by the actions of others
Talk to difficult people with control
Identify at most four clues that point to a difficult customer situation.
How to deal with the four most difficult character types
React to conflict in ways that will stop it from escalating
Establish healthy, happy relationships with others by relating well to them
Two reasons are given why focusing and relaxation skills are important in dealing with difficult customer situations.
Establish rapport immediately with your customers
To help customers, you must know the correct questions to ask.
Face-to-face with tough people is a way to manage fears and anxieties
It is important to know which behavior is chronic and temporary in order to be able to identify the best ways to deal with each.
You can identify the goals of customers who are upset, competitive or challenging and the methods you could use to achieve them.
Describe why customers are upset.
To diffuse conflict and achieve a positive result, use collaborative communication methods.
Recognize the challenges of your customers and understand what might be causing them.
Increase your self-confidence when solving customer grievances.
Explain the process of conflict escalate
Customers who are not reasonable should be conveyed.
Find out how to build a dialogue with customers and clients that results in win-win outcomes.
Recognize the workplace factors that impact your ability deal with these customers
Different communication styles can be described and adapted.
Demonstrate how to settle and focus in difficult customer situations.
Listen to their customers and signal that they have listened.
Respond to criticisms with the right emotions.
Know the various factors that can cause customers to be angry, demanding or aggressive.
Negative people can cause havoc in your relationships.
No matter who you deal with, feel confident and successful.
Use a variety reactions to manage these techniques
Your customers will be more happy if you convey bad news in positive ways.
To improve customer service, create a personal action plan.
Stop allowing others to control you or treat you badly
Recognize your great and bad listening skills.

Further information about the course outline

Introduction and Course Overview

The first half of the day will be spent getting to know each other and discussing the sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to identify their learning goals.

Reciprocal Relationships

This session will explore the notion that in a relationship, our expectations can be self-fulfilling prophecy.

How to deal with change

Participants will be able to examine the topic of change through small group work and a panel discussion.

The Agreement Frame

Anthony Robbins and other communicators suggest that we learn to use what he calls The Agreement Framework. This session will discuss this idea and demonstrate how to apply it.

The Ten Commandments of Change

Lyle Sussman and Sam Deep suggest that there are ten commandments related to change. These commandments will be examined by participants to see how they can best be applied.

Prevention of Problems

There are many ways we can avoid problems. These techniques will be discussed in small groups and in a discussion.

How to Deal with Problems

Participants will be working in small groups to discover eight different ways of solving problems.

Common Causes of Difficulty Behavior

This section will discuss the four most common fears and how to deal with them.

The Five-Step Process

This session will cover a five-step process to help participants solve conflict.

Change Yourself

We have already discussed the impact of our actions and attitudes on others. We will be looking at negative attitudes and how they can lead to negative interactions.

Why don't people do what they are supposed to?

This question can have many answers, but we'll only discuss the most common ten.

Managing Anger

Participants will learn from others how they manage anger. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences and techniques.

De-Stress Options You Can Use Right Now!

We will conclude the day with five relaxation techniques that participants can use. A list of coping strategies will be shared.

Session Wrap-Up

Participants will be able to ask questions and complete an action plan at the end of each day.

Tailored to Fit Your Business

This training session will help you to see the ways in which you might be contributing to these problems at work or in your personal life. It will also give you tips and advice about how to combat these problems. Workshops and training are available in Melbourne and Parramatta.

We can also provide training sessions that are unique and customized to meet your needs and those of your team.

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