Presented By: Jennifer Stanford | Webcast Aired: February 28, 2012
Economic uncertainty, election year dynamics, work pressure, family pressure personal expectations, lower budgets, more responsibility, less rewards – our teams have lots to be stressed about!
In dynamic organizations leaders recognize the need to increase self-awareness, gain greater control over their responses, recognize the contributions of others, value diversity, and communicate more effectively in ever-changing environments. Understanding the 4 primary ways our teams process information will allow us to better prepare for how our organizations may react when under high stress.
In this session you will be introduced to the 4-Way System of thinking, perceiving and reacting in situations during the good and not so good times. Not only will these take-away cues and clues allow us as leaders to diffuse potential high (negative) stress situations, we will be able to react quickly in situations we could not predict. An worthwhile hour that just may spare you hours of future stress!
The disconnect points
Introduction to the 4-Way System
What happens when you are “out of esteem?”
Understanding the trigger stressors of each of the 4-Ways
Proven tips and tools for dealing with colleagues who are out of esteem.
Real life examples where these techniques avoided catastrophe!