Managing Yourself and Influencing Others


In today’s fast paced world, it is easy to become frustrated, worried, angry, upset, disappointed and even overwhelmed. And every day, people experience a range of feelings as a result of events, people, and things they cannot control. Sometimes it seems like others have put us on an emotional roller coaster that never stops. After all, “they” made us (and kept doing things to make us) feel happy, sad, anxious, worried, and or angry! . . . or did they?

If you have a coach who is doing an expert job of helping you manage your stress and be your best, this CD set might not be for you. . . . and if these feelings and challenges are not a part of your life, we would like to listen to your CD.

However, if the challenges of dealing with the “normal” stresses of everyday work seem to be never ending and you find yourself struggling to stay excited about being the best you can be, we might be able to help. Managing Yourself and Influencing Others provides a common sense, humorous, practical exploration of irrational, unproductive feelings and introduces proven tools for practicing influential communication.

It is designed to help professionals make efficient and effective “in the moment” choices that lead to higher performance and greater satisfaction. It will not make you or your difficult colleagues super-humans, impervious to disappointment, or boundlessly energetic. What it will do is help you become aware of how thoughts and beliefs impact your feelings and help you learn practical skills to positively manage yourself and influence others!

Learning Objectives
Participants learn to:myio-disc-images-175-high

  1. Manage in-the-moment feelings using the STOP technique 
  2. Understand and manage self-talk using ABCD
  3. Use self-talk to create energy in themselves and others 
  4. Overcome negative fear–physiology-self-talk cycles
  5. Allow themselves time to practice self-management


For Your Customers: For Interviewers: For Your Company:
  • Less stressed, more creative employee interactions
  • Emotionally engaged and responsive interactions
  • Improved exploration of and delivery on expectations
  • Collaborate more effectively with others
  • Improved ability to handle difficult demands
  • Become more attuned to others’ feelings and perspectives
  • Tolerance for people without accepting mistakes
  • Greater individual accountability
  • Less energy wasted on conflicts based in false beliefs and defensive attitudes

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