DISRUPTIVE EMPLOYEE

DISRUPTIVE EMPLOYEE TRAINING

Also Know As:

  • Disruptive Employee Reframing Training
  • Employee Anger Management
  • Managers Anger Management
  • C Level Executive Coaching
  • Anger Management for Employee
  • Aggressive Behavior Modification
  • Tone Issues Behavioral Therapy
  • Anger Management Therapy
  • Private Anger Counseling Therapy
  • Anger Training
  • Anger Education and Training
  • Anger Coaching
  • Anger Workshops
  • Anger Classes for Employees
  • Anger Violence In The Workplace
  • Inappropriate Behavior In Workplace
  • Inappropriate Language in Workplace
  • Cognitive Bias Modification
  • Civility Enhancement
  • Multi-Cultural Awareness Enhancement
  • Diversity and Multiculturalism Training
  • Disruptive Employee Intensive

 

 

Disruptive Employee Intensive

Business Anger Management offers a comprehensive
DISRUPTIVE EMPLOYEE INTENSIVE program
in Anger Management, Conflict Resolution,
Stress Management, Improved Communication,
and Emotional Intelligence for disruptive employees.

Business Anger Management offers:

  • Pre-Assessments
  • Motivational Interview And Goal Setting
  • One Day Eight Hour Training
  • 12 Hour Training (Optional)
  • Two Day Training (Optional)
  • Self Learning for 66 Days
  • Post-Assessments
  • Debrief / Future Self Work
  • Follow Up Consultations

 

Programs can be customized to your specific need. Inquire.

Disruptive employee behavior disrupts workplace harmony and often damages business relationships. If not immediately dealt with the workplace culture can quickly become dysfunctional with loss of productivity and profits. A positive and supportive environment at work contributes greatly to employee satisfaction and productivity.

Human Resources Departments often provide this oversight, but smaller companies often do not have such resources.

Negative Employee Behaviors:

Negative Attitude

Over time, complacency may set in for some employees, and they may begin to complain about their hours, their coworkers, or having to complete work they do not deem part of their job. They may also experience family or financial problems at home, and bring the resulting irritability with them to work. If such negative attitudes go unchecked, they may infect coworkers and create an environment that restrains productivity.

Bad Work Habits

Coming in late, leaving work early, taking extra time on breaks and calling in sick when not sick are disruptive and often unethical workplace behaviors. Work is disrupted when others have to scramble to pick up the slack. When a worker is away from an assigned desk or station, customers are left with no one to serve them; these customers will become impatient, leave or hang up an unanswered phone call, and are likely to never return.

Gossip

Gossip lowers employee morale and reduces productivity. Sharing negative or personal information or opinions about co-workers or clients can create feelings of betrayal that undermine goodwill and trust. By its nature, gossip raises questions about others’ competency, weakening relationships and preventing effective teamwork. While steering the conversation toward others’ positive qualities can help, often even positive statements can tend to slip toward the negative. Time and energy can be better spent than on gossip.

Hostile Speech

It is poor office etiquette to raise voices, use expletives or make threats in response to workplace upsets or personal problems brought to work..

Statements like “l’ll get you.” or “You better watch your back.” “Watch out.” as well as implicit threats such as “This isn’t over.”  “You’ll be sorry.’” ” Let’s take it outside.” are hostile, and can lead to workplace violence and even criminal assault charges. Managers should not assume that problems are isolated and will resolve themselves.

Joan Lloyd of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal says employers “should be setting clear expectations and holding people accountable for their behavior.”

CONTACT:

 

Owner/Director Richard Taylor

Owner/Director Richard Taylor

Director Richard Taylor BS, CAMF
Certified Anger Management Facilitator
Diplomate American Association Anger Management Providers

Business Anger Management
5555 Glenridge Connector
Suite 200 (2nd Floor)
Atlanta, Georgia 30342 USA

Office Phone: 678-576-1913
Fax: 1-866-551-1253
Web: www.businessangermanagement.com
E-mail: richardtaylor5555@gmail.com

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