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Whether it’s gossip, harassment, or time-sucking interruptions we have all encountered challenging behaviors in the workplace. Have you ever wished you knew what to do when they happened?
If you’re like us, the answer is yes. That’s why we spent a year finding ten top global experts to help us understand and manage the ten toughest behaviors at work. Register now for free access to the Challenging Workplace Behavior Summit to watch our interviews. The summit launches on Tuesday, November 13th and it covers:
Hostile Work Environments
Each day, we’ll share action-oriented expert interviews about these challenging workplace behaviors. Part 1 of every interview focuses on understanding the behavior. Part 2 is all about strategies.
Register for free at www.workbehavior.us/register – all it takes is your e-mail address and we’ll let you know when the programs go live.
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