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How to win over "difficult" people at work

Noomi Natan, Executive Coach

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8 Videos (30m)
    • Introduction 1

    • Why are people difficult class project

    • What can you appreciate about that person

    • Biases and loyalties

    • Clearing mixed judgment

    • Our need to fit multiple levels of hierarchy

    • The voice of the voiceless

    • FInal words of advice

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About This Class

Don’t you just hate those difficult people you have to work with?

“Difficult” people can drain the life out of you, and make you want to quit your business, leave your job or just run away. It might be your supplier, your boss, a team member, colleague.

Either way you’re stuck with them for a while and need to make the best of the relationship.

So let’s look at what you can do.

In this class you’ll learn:

  • What it is that make people “difficult”
  • What the “difficult” person needs and how to give it to them in a way that feels good to both of you
  • A powerful exercise to do before a meeting with a “difficult” person to make sure the meeting flows better
  • How to turn “difficult” relationships into smooth-working partnerships

No prior skills needed.






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Noomi Natan

Executive Coach

I am an executive coach and am absolutely love my work. For the last decade I have had the pleasure of working with highly ambitious leaders who really want to make a difference with their leadership and their work. I have worked with entrepreneurs and individuals as well as leaders in organzations such as LEGO Education, LEGO House, NBCUniversal, Boots, Tesco, Barclays Wealth, British Gas, Husky and Mars.

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