Home Workshops For Teams Dealing With Difficult People
Aug 16
ph 1300 586 389 | Wednesday


  • Why should we bother?
  • Moments of Truth.
  • A whole-brain approach to people and situations.
  • Dealing with both Logic and Emotion.
  • Managing the 3 positions.
  • Outcomes and Consequences – personally and professionally.
  • The skills of asking good questions.
  • Overview, Benefits, Permission.
  • The 5 A’s of developing empathy.
  • Some communication tools.
  • 3 Components of Excellence
  • Developing both Intelligences – I.Q. and E.Q.
  • Maintaining Resourceful States
  • Building Rapport
  • Action Planning
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Have you ever met someone you just “clicked” with?

Have you ever wished that more people were like you?

Have you ever felt that you would like to have more control in handling difficult people?

This workshop is designed to give participants knowledge and skills in being able to understand people a little better which helps in being able to handle difficult people and situations more effectively.

Understanding the reasons why people display difficult behaviour and what to do about it, form an integral component of the workshop. A number of useful and practical models are presented which help in developing useful approaches to difficult situations.

The workshop is very skills-based and participants will leave with some practical methods they can use which have proven to be effective in dealing with difficult people and situations.

Key Elements

At the completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • Explain the reasons peoples’ behaviour may be difficult.
  • Differentiate between a logical and emotional response to situations.
  • Understand their own and other’s thinking styles in difficult situations.
  • Develop skills in asking effective questions.
  • Identify effective strategies in uncovering the real reasons customers may be difficult.
  • Develop useful processes to address the emotional response.
  • Define the difference between I.Q. and E.Q. and how this can make a difference in approach.
  • Explore coping strategies including building rapport and maintaining resourceful states.
  • Demonstrate skills, which can be applied in the workplace.


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Contact Details

PO BOX 243 Paddington Q 4064 | info@pacelearning.com.au | 1300 586 389

Home Workshops For Teams Dealing With Difficult People