It can be frustrating to deal with an authoritative boss at work who simply wont get off your back. Or, it could be a personal relationship in which you repeatedly find it difficult to get through to someone.
We all face the challenges that come with dealing with difficult people. Some people who might be demanding or come into the relationship with a sense of entitlement. We try out different things to protect ourselves - sometimes lash back, sometimes bottle it all up inside. In spite of that, there is no one way that seems to work perfectly resulting in confusion. What was the best way to deal with this anyway?
Join us as we decode the best ways to deal with the difficult relationships in our life and how to come out unhurt through such situations.
KEY TAKEAWAYS: 1) DEFINITION OF A 'DIFFICULT' PERSON Your personal definition of who you think is a difficult person. How a person's behavior could potentially become a hot button for you and what to do about it.
2) HOW TO SET BOUNDARIES Boundaries are much required for us to live as individuals with space to breathe. There are 3 types of boundaries that each person has. We will explore the effects of each one and how they can be useful to a person.
3) HOW TO STAND UP FOR ONESELF Sometimes it can be confusing - should we speak or should we keep quiet? Should we think about what happened and act on it someway or just ignore and continue with life. These questions pop up in our minds from time-to-time and need to be acted upon. We will go over when and where we need to stand up for ourselves and how we need to go about that.
4) PEOPLE PLEASING Do we do certain things only to gain approval from others? It's nice to want to see others happy but how much of ourselves are we willing to give up? The people pleasing syndrome is about giving more importance to the feelings of others as opposed to ourselves. It's about wanting the happiness of others over our own.
We will go over the best ways to deal with difficult people and how to overcome the challenges that dealing with them could present in our day-to-day life.
Trainer’s Credentials : 1) Certified Counsellor in person-centered-therapy 2) Holds an International certification in TA101 along with a Foundation Course in TA 3) Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming of ABNLP (American Board of NLP) 4) NLP Trainer of IAPCCT (International Association of Professional - Counsellors, Coaches and Therapists - US, India, Dubai) 5) Advanced Diploma in Hypnosis (Business NLP, UK)