Train the Trainer Serenity: How to Handle Challenging People



Let me ask you a questionWhich of your employees are making life challenging for the rest of the department?Challenging attitudes (apathy, negativity and despondency) exist in every boardroom, audience and classroom. The discontent can become a major distraction for your team, causing a dramatic decrease in their productivity.Difficult people can negatively impact team performance and moraleProblematic employee behavior is doubly difficult because it may have multiple causes…These causes may be work or home related, behavior- or health-related, may be triggered by other employees or outsiders, by changes of work, others’ promotion, rising stress levels, etc.Managers need to understand that a negative employee is not just a problem between them and that employee.The air of dissent affects everyone whos around it.Even though dealing with challenging people isnt a favorite task for most leaders, its part of the job.So, to help you deal with these challenges (and the people behind them), we created SerenitySerenity: 24 Hours to Peace:How to Handle Challenging PeopleHow does it work? Serenity contains 57 PROVEN techniques from 20 different case studies to help you manage the 8 most difficult types of people you will encounter in the workplace.ResentersFault FindersHecklersExpertsTalk HogsKnow-it-AllsDistracted InefficientsStubborn PassivistsWith case studies 1 7, you will learn how to stop interruptions, eliminate distractions, and stay on track. Specifically, with studies 1 7Deal with distractions and interruptions by keeping the talk hogs at bay by setting boundariesGet the experts on your side by giving them the spotlight with expert questions, leadership opportunities and 1-on-1 timeSimmer down the know-it-alls by separating them from the experts and non-verbally making them feel cared aboutUse the 1 sentence intervention to handle any type of disruptive behavior and get people back on trackWith case studies 8 17, you will learn how to handle negativity and maintain a positive working and learning environment. Specifically, with studies 8 17Handle negative people by offering choices and using logical consequences to sidestep the power strugglesHandle the fault finders and their tough issues by listening to them, establishing ground rules and handing it back to themShut down hecklers and control anger and anxiety and then motivate your employees to listen and performPlacate resenters by re-establishing the relationship and showing that you careWith case studies 18 20, you will learn how to manage inattention and motivate your employees and learners to listen and perform. Specifically, with studies 18 20Stimulate inattentive people with encouragement, arrange small successes, hook their goals and use I noticed statementsBoost productivity by stimulating stubborn passivityMeet the needs of others by engaging the distracted inefficientReduce interruptions by managing late arriversAnd much, much moreIf you havent experienced this before, its an amazing feelingto handle challenging people with strategies capable of actually changing peoples behavior.Instead of disinterested or disgruntled attitudes that can quickly derail a presentation, meeting, or classroom…youll have the 57 techniques and 20 case studies to manage the 8 most difficult types of employees you have With a proven system to handle challenging people.So that even with challenging people in the roomYoull be able to make a good impression quickly, and lay a foundation for them to look at you as a feel engaged, not steamrolleredWe know this process works, because its the same system that helped hundreds of business leaders to more peace and serenity in their work environment.Heres what a few of them had to say after the program”The course was really inspiring to me to get a lot of ideas for handling different situations that come up in the classroom. And, Jason Teteak did it in such a way that it was quick hits and fast and ways for us through case studies, examples, everything we see in our day-to-day classrooms, we got these great ideas and at the end of two hours I had no idea that I would come out with 57 new techniques for handling a difficult classroom.” Kathy — Instructional Design Manager “They’ll get a lot of techniques, that’s one of the things I loved about this, we were only here two hours, but we have things we can use immediately. Immediate takeaways that we can take back and use in a large classroom, a small classroom. It’s not something your going to have to go home and study, you’ve got things right away in your toolbox to use immediately.” Starla — Education Specialist”Even if you feel like you’re the most experienced trainer, you need to come to this serenity session, because you are going to be able to handle your classroom in a totally different way than you were able to before.” Elisha — Manager of Blended LearningPersonally, I wouldnt attempt to handle challenging people without having a proven, step-by-step recipe to followand youll get to see me model exactly how to do each of them with a real live audience based on case studies with real challenging people.Brendon Burchard said, Challenge is the pathway to engagement and progress in our lives. But not all challenges are created equal. Some challenges make us feel alive, engaged, connected, and fulfilled. Others simply overwhelm us. Knowing the difference as you set bigger and bolder challenges for yourself is critical to your sanity, success, and satisfaction. -Brendon BurchardThats the problem for most people with disinterested or disgruntled attitudes and people in their workplace…because not all challenges are created equal, they dont have the tactics to sidestep or diffuse the struggles they cause.At Rule the Room Public Speaking, we have an advantage over everyone elseWe put in 10,000 hours researching these attitudes of challenging people in the boardroom, audience and classroom and developing tactics to sidestep or diffuse the struggles they cause.As managers, leaders, trainers and speakers, ourselves, we actually do this stuff! Youll get to see me MODEL everything we suggest you do. Once you learn these techniques you will wonder how you ever survived without themAnd you can do it all today, by getting access to SerenityClick the button to get serenity (24 hours to peace) TODAYAnd like all our Rule the Room trainings, this one is protected by our 30-day, no-questions-asked guaranteeso if you arent happy for any reason, just let us know and well give you your money backno questions asked.Instead of trying to research and learn all of these techniques on your ownwasting your time, patience, and valuable resources trying to figure out how this process worksYou can simply follow our PROVEN 57-technique system to handle the 8 most challenging types of people to start seeing results almost instantly!See you inside.About Your InstructorJason Teteak is the Founder and CEO of Rule the Room Train the Trainer.Jason first made a reputation in the medical training industry, where he was known as the Epic trainer of trainers. In response to many requests, he began to offer personalized services and quickly developed a following as a private training coach and training consultant whose clientele includes elite institutions, universities, and top corporations.In 20 years of working as a trainer and a trainer coach, he has helped more than 15,000 training professionals to Rule the Room and has appeared before more than 200,000 people. Hes won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring training skills via practical, simple, universal and immediately actionable techniques. Or as he puts it No theoretical fluff.He founded Rule the Room Train the Trainer with a mission to DOUBLE the impact of 10,000 training professionals in the next 5 years. The Rule the Room Train the Trainer team, under Jasons management, has flipped the model and changed the approach to great training and instruction for even the most seasoned veterans.