First 100 Words
Difficult coworkers exist in every workplace. Do you know how to handle them? The actions and personality traits of difficult people make it hard to work with them. They come in many types.
The chatterbox never stops talking and prevents work from getting done. Chatterboxes include those who gossip and share “too much information.” (TMI!) The criticizer/complainer is a negative person who never says anything good about anyone. The complaints go on and on! The illusionist promises the world, but later doesn’t follow through and fails to meet commitments. The glory hog wants power, credit, and the spotlight, whether deserved or not . . .
When To Use
Who is a difficult coworker? Types of approaches to difficult coworkers. Are you one of them? Effective strategies for a more harmonious workplace.
How to Use
Health fairs, client sessions, conflict resolution counseling (also for fun and a few laughs).