|“More than half of workers say they work under a great deal of stress, with nearly 77% reporting they feel burnout on the job. Difficult co-workers, unrealistic workloads and overbearing bosses are only some of the top workplace stressors mentioned in a CareerBuilder.com survey.”
Are you someone who can’t say no?
How can you set boundaries with your boss more assertively without coming across as incapable or rude?
In today’s lean economy, many employees juggle multiple projects, deadlines and personalities with constant interruptions, changing priorities and fewer resources. The most recent research reflects the difficulty many face in negotiating limits on their workload, especially when the request is unreasonable or impossible. As a result they’re often stretched too thin. Others have difficulties giving feedback without creating discourse in their working relationships.
Finding the right words to say “no” can be hard.
Join us Dec. 4 for How to Say No and Get Away With It and you’ll learn to say NO to peers, bosses and employees who want you to do more. Rather than take on extra work, gain tools to negotiate more aggressively, speak more diplomatically and put a stop to others who engage in "project dumping" on your lap.
Just saying that you don’t have time to do a project may cast you as uncooperative. But it doesn’t help anyone if you say ‘yes’ while knowing you can’t possibly complete all the work. You will have created the crisis by saying yes.
How to Say No and Get Away With It will teach you:
- 3 ways to say NO without alienating others
- Why thinking in terms of mutual solutions is better than fending off “do this” and “do that” requests
- Critical difference between asserting yourself forthrightly (“Here are my priorities”) and lapsing into defensiveness (“I’m buried. I just can’t take on one more project.”)
Simple? No. But with a few techniques, you can learn to be assertive and say “No,” to peers and bosses, yet be professional.
I look forward to welcoming you to this important event.
Editorial Director, Business Management Daily
P.S. Early Registration Bonus. Our first 50 registrants will receive Communicating With Tact and Diplomacy. This audio recording of our top-selling webinar will give you the tools necessary to communicate well in any workplace situation. Communication is probably the most important part of your job. Do it well, and your career takes off, your peers respect you, and day-to-day interactions are easier.
P.P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If How to Say No and Get Away With It fails to meet your expectations, let us know. We’ll refund 100% of your tuition – every penny you paid – but your course materials and registration bonus are all yours to keep. No hassles, no questions asked.
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 4
Time: 1 to 2:15 p.m. ET
Early Registration Bonus:
Our first 50 registrants will receive Communicating With Tact and Diplomacy. This audio recording of our top-selling webinar will give you the tools necessary to communicate well in any workplace situation. Communication is probably the most important part of your job. Do it well, and your career takes off, your peers respect you, and day-to-day interactions are easier.
About Your Speaker:
Morey Stettner is the editor of Executive Leadership, a communication consultant, an executive coach and the author of five popular business books: The Art of Winning Conversation, Skills for New Managers, The Manager’s Survival Guide, The New Manager’s Handbook and Buyer Beware: An Industry Insider Shows You How to Win the Insurance Game. A dynamic, crowd-pleasing speaker, Stettner has addressed many groups across the United States on communication skills and led courses for Toastmasters International and The Learning Annex. He has delivered corporate training programs on topics such as listening skills, public speaking, and motivating and managing employees. Stettner has served as editor of many management newsletters including Communication Briefings, Manager’s Edge, Executive Strategies, Working Smart, Managing People at Work, Executive Wealth Advisory and You and the Law.
Who Should Attend:
- HR professionals
- Supervisors and managers
- Office managers
- Business owners
Since this is a webinar, you and your entire staff can attend in the comfort of your office or conference room for one low price! You may include as many people as you wish while listening on a single phone line.
Unlimited number of participants at one site. Contact us for multi-site discounts.
Event + CD: $297
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This event is certified for credit hours toward the American Society of Administrative Professionals’ (ASAP) Professional Administrative Certificate of Excellence (PACE). For more information, visit www.asaporg.com.