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How To Deal With A Difficult Boss

How To Deal With A Difficult Boss

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  • Tue 5 Jun ’18, 9:00am – 12:00pm


Karstens Conference and Meeting Spaces, Tower 1, Level 4, 205 Queen St, Auckland CBD


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $203.38

How To Deal With A Difficult Boss
- An Australasian Leadership Institute workshop

Individual coaching is also available

Research from Gallop showed that 75% of all people who leave their job voluntarily do so because of the relationship with their boss.

If you are working with a difficult boss then this half day workshop is for you. In New Zealand one in four bosses are viewed as poor leaders by their employees and in larger organisations(more than 100) that figure goes up to one in three. Unfortunately Managers with poor communication and motivating skills are a reality of today’s workforce. This half day workshop will provide you with the tools and techniques to handle such situations.

What you will learn:
- The reasons why bad bosses exist
- Influencing techniques to use on your boss
- How to become mentally tough
- Practical solutions to your work problems

If you are not sure is this workshop is for you then email Mark Wager, the Chief Leadership Coach of the Australasian Leadership Institute at mark@EliteLD.co.nz for a free consultation

This workshop is designed and facilitated by the Australasian Leadership Institute.
The Australasian Leadership Institute is the #1 location for leaders who want to become the leader they most admire. Voted the best Leadership Development Company in New Zealand in the 2017 Excellence In Asia-Pacific Business Awards, the Australasian Leadership Institute combines the latest research with years of practical experience in order to provide an unique learning experience.

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