It’s the 21st Century and everywhere you look the old ways of doing things just aren’t cutting it any more.
It’s time to manage conflict differently. It’s time to step up and speak up.
It’s time to bring courage and confidence to conflict.
It’s Time to Discover…
- How to be more resilient and empowered when under pressure
- How to stay focused on what you really want to say about a difficult situation
- Practical approaches to stop defensiveness when speaking to superiors
- The right mindset to deliver a persuasive argument — to anybody!
How do you manage the narcissists in your workplace?
Research shows that demanding, controlling and narcissistic people are an increasing problem in all workplaces. Today, we are all confronted with the need to deal with difficult, disruptive and extreme behaviours that undermine team function, morale and productivity.
Well-handled conflict leads to growth and development
Unfortunately many leaders, managers and teams persist with old strategies that only increase tensions. Don’t let your blind spots hold you back from seeing the opportunities that lie in managing conflict proactively.
Elizabeth Williamson’s presentations are engaging, dynamic, interactive and challenging — full of humour and storytelling. She brings a unique perspective which will enable you to step up to those challenging conversations with confidence and truly make a difference.
“Difficult and demanding people are everywhere.
You can’t avoid them. The best leaders are those who have learnt exactly how to manage them.”
Elizabeth brings her unique perspective to ‘Walking the Talk’
After experiencing quadriplegia at the age of 52, Elizabeth faced the unimaginable challenge of learning to walk again. She faced many personal and professional conflicts along the way. She relearnt skills that were once automatic and can demonstrate to your audience the simple persistence required to create a positive outcome — even when obstacles seem absolutely insurmountable.
Elizabeth has worked at the cutting edge of conflict, from heading up a domestic violence service through to leading mediations for major banks and government departments. As a counsellor she had to literally put into practice the skills she shared with clients — positive psychology, mindfulness, neuroplasticity and a dogged determination to succeed.
Her story will astound and inspire your audience
- Learn how to build conflict confidence
- Deal with difficult and demanding personalities
- Overcome the stress and fear that highly controlling, narcissistic people create
- Be proactive and develop a positive work culture resistant to bullying and harassment
Book Elizabeth for your next conference,
staff development day or training program