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Change in Today's Workplace

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Change in Today's Workplace
With new technologies entering the marketplace almost daily, it’s hard to keep running any business the same as it was run even two years ago. Change is inevitable and happens more rapidly now than ever it seems.  For every industry out there, change may take on a variety of forms.
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Managing the Holidays

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Managing the Holidays
That magical time of year is around the corner; the holidays. It can be a hectic time of year for everyone, managers included. Beyond juggling your own holiday happenings, you become a one-person act for juggling the holiday needs and stress of your entire team.
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Leading Your Company Through Change

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Leading Your Company Through Change
As previously discussed in The Impact of Change in The Workplace, change can be difficult in the workplace for both employees and managers. While change can bring about positive progress in a company, overcoming the stress, anxiety, and resistance can be a hard summit to climb. A good manager/leader will need tools to help lead their team to the other side of change.
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The Impact of Change in the Workplace
As written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in Frankenstein, “Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” And yet change is inevitable. Not only in our day to day lives, but also in our workplaces. While some changes bring about positive progress, some changes at their onset, can seem negative and overwhelming.
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DiSC and Conflict: Part 2

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DiSC and Conflict: Part 2
DiSC assessments are a great tool to help good leaders understand not only their employees’ personalities and conflict styles, but also their own. Each of the DiSC traits has a specific reaction to communication when moving from normal conversations to conflict conversations.
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Front Line Leadership Program is a 10!
The Front Line Leadership Program has improved our company’s locations across the USA by helping us build qualified, competent, knowledgeable and skilled leaders! From insights into personality types and communication style to skills for managing conflict and change, this curriculum gave the foundation we needed. The participant materials are perfect… attractive, interactive and thorough.
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DiSC and Conflict: Part 1

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DiSC and Conflict: Part 1
Conflict in the workplace is a normal occurrence. It is the expression of that conflict which determines whether it is constructive or destructive. In The Root of Conflict, Part 1 we discuss the main causes of workplace conflict; poor communication, differences in personalities, different values, and competition.
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The Root of Conflict: Part 2

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The Root of Conflict: Part 2
While conflict is inevitable, a good manager will know how to spot the signs of conflict before it gets out of hand and be well-versed in tools to combat and stop conflict in its tracks. As discussed in Part 1, there are four main types of conflict in the workplace. A good manager can learn to spot the tell-tale signs to determine if communication or personal value differences is the cause of a workplace conflict with some solid preparation. Once a manager can determine the type of conflict they...
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Feedback on the program has been extremely positive...
"My company (LogistiCare) implemented the Front Line Leadership program as our foundational management/leadership development program this year. We started with a Pilot and certification training, both facilitated by Denise McIntyre. The company’s “official” rollout of Front Line Leadership began in August and continues through the next year. Feedback on the program has been extremely positive and our leaders are embracing all the concepts, tools, and behaviors.
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The Root of Conflict: Part 1

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The Root of Conflict: Part 1
Conflict is an unavoidable factor in any interpersonal relationship including business relationships. While it’s easy to see the negative aspects of conflict, there can be some constructive aspects as well. Before we can understand how to handle and resolve conflict, it’s important to understand the main causes so good managers can have potential areas of conflict on their radar to be addressed quickly and with a level of professionalism that leaves all involved feeling heard and valued while ...
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