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You're not expected to get along with everyone; however, having to deal with difficult people in the workplace can be extremely draining. You spend the majority of your time with your colleagues, and having poor relationships with them can result in decreased motivation and job satisfaction, as well as poor work performance.


In many workplaces, the most difficult task is to get along with the boss or co-workers. Many people are not taught the skills to both understand others, and to shift their behavior to get along more effectively.

This webinar is based upon the five secrets to human behavior found in Beverly Flaxington's international bestselling book, Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets to Human Behavior. The webinar will include practical and usable tips to shift your work relationships to success.

Here are her websites and telephone number: 1-508-359-8216 www.the-collaborative.com www.thehumanbehaviorcoach.com
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