Dealing With “Difficult People” in the Workplace — Unlock Your Potential Workshop Series Continues March 24

Dealing With “Difficult People” in the Workplace — Unlock Your Potential Workshop Series Continues March 24

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FAIRFIELD, Conn. (February 16, 2018)— Paul Maloney, PhD, professor of the practice in the Applied Psychology Program, will host a complimentary professional development workshop entitled, Dealing with “Difficult People” in the Workplace on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m at Canisius Hall. The workshop is designed to help professionals manage situations with difficult people at work through behavioral models.

The objectives of the workshop include:

In this workshop Dr. Maloney will identify several types of challenging people in the workplace including: The Aggressor, The Sniper, The Controller, The Staller, The Toady, The Complainer, The Know-it-All, and The Narcissist. By using behavioral models, cases, and role plays, participants will gain skills that can be used on the job to manage difficult personalities at work.

Dr. Paul Maloney has consulted on organizational and human resources issues worldwide. His career includes senior level positions in management and organization development at the National Broadcasting Company (NBC), Mobil Oil Corporation, and PepsiCo International. He serves as a professor of the practice in the Applied Psychology Program in the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions at Fairfield University. Dr. Maloney teaches organizational psychology, organizational development performance coaching, and consulting skills and designing training and development.

To register for this complimentary professional development workshop and for additional information please email .

Posted On: 02-15-2018 11:02 AM

Volume: 50 Number: 107

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