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    Successfully Dealing With Difficult People: The 5 Most Difficult Types Of People And How To Effectively Approach Them

    Speaker: Chris DeVany
    Recorded Session


    Duration: 60 Minutes
    Product Code: 600210
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How can you resolve conflicts less painfully, delegate critical tasks more efficiently, energize your employees and transform resistance into support?

Adjusting your management and personal styles to complement the culture of your work group and your company as a whole can be the catalyst that motivates your teams to heightened productivity.

Utilizing extensive practice in the principles of emotional intelligence, Successfully Dealing with Difficult Peoplecourse underscores the importance of self-awareness in developing sensitivity to and better communication with others.


  • Motivate and direct the employees you rely on—even when they don’t share your values
  • Adjust your management and personal style to the needs of different situations
  • Get more done by using the appropriate delegation techniques for any given situation
  • Resolve conflict more effectively in a wide variety of situations
  • Turn difficult people and poor performers into team players
  • Win the cooperation and trust from everyone in your organization
  • Increase your confidence, leadership skills and personal and professional satisfaction in your job
  • Use coaching to guide and direct your team members to improving performance

Would you benefit by understanding how to even more effectively motivate and direct the people you rely on?

Would you like to be better at delegating?

How about an opportunity to understand how to turn difficult people and poor performers into team players?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then come laugh, listen and learn as Chris DeVany leads us all through those important topics, key questions and answers we all need to be able to address effectively to improve our team members’ and team’s performance!


  • Use coaching to guide and direct your team members to improving performance.

  • CEOs
  • Senior Vice Presidents
  • Vice Presidents
  • Executive Directors
  • Managing Directors
  • Regional Vice Presidents
  • Area Supervisors
  • Managers

Chris DeVany is the founder and president of Pinnacle Performance Improvement Worldwide, a firm that focuses on management and organization development. Pinnacle’s clients include organizations such as Microsoft, Visa International, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Sprint, American Counseling Association, Aviva Insurance, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Hospital Corporation of America, Schlumberger, Morgan Stanley, Boston Scientific, US HealthCare, and over 500 other organizations in 22 countries.

He has published numerous articles in the fields of project management, management, sales, team-building, leadership, ethics, customer service, diversity, and work-life balance, in publications ranging from ASTD/Performance in Practice to Customer Service Management. His McGraw-Hill book, “90 Days to a High-Performance Team,” is replete with hands-on tools, templates, and checklists which managers use effectively to improve performance. 

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