Getting Along with Others

Coaching Yourself for Improved Performance | taught by Michael Baroff
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  • 6 PDFs
  • 2 Downloads
  • 4.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Why Get Along with Others
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Getting Started
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Coaching Prompts
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Examining Your Behavior and Perceptions
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Enhancing Communication
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Dealing with Differences
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Expressing Yourself Assertively
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How May I Help You?
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$49.00
Being Your Best
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Contributing to Your Company's Success

Course description

Getting Along with Others explores the behavior and skills that enhance communication and relationships. This course helps you examine how your behavior is perceived by others. You will learn how to build trust, develop rapport when communicating, deal with differences and conflict, and present yourself assertively to colleagues.

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Instructor

Michael Baroff
Michael Baroff

Michael Baroff has consulted with a wide-range of business, government and nonprofit organizations to improve work performance and achieve strategic outcomes for over 25 years.

He is the developer and facilitator of The Inner Work of Work Coaching Yourself for Improved Performance series (Being Your Best; Getting Along with Others and Contributing to Your Company's Success.

Michael has served as President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and on the boards of the Professional Coaches and Mentors Association (PCMA), and International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI). He has taught at UCLA Extension Department of Business and Management, Santa Monica College Office of Workforce and Economic Development, and the Esalen Institute.

Michael Baroff
MBaroff@iwow.biz