"Entitlement: A Modern Contagion"
Due to a low number of registrations, this workshop has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
In working with clients, colleagues, family, and friends do you ever have times when you are in the midst of work and interpersonal interactions with folks and they seem to be telling you without telling you "You owe me?” With or without being asked you are expected to "do for them.” The "entitlement contagion” is on.
This workshop will provide you with the following: (a) a clear grasp of the "roots" of entitlement and basic dynamics it employs, (b) a major source of the prevalence of entitlement, (c) a review of tools for dealing with entitlement, and (d) a plotting of Strategy for managing it.
During the workshop John will employ--input, dialogue, interactions, and active learning techniques. He believes in engagement, reflection, and application.
To give you an idea of location, the Adler Graduate School is located just north of 494 about 2 miles west of the Mall of America (very easy to find).
- Registration confirmation and directions are e-mailed to participants three (3) days prior to the workshop.
- Workshops start at 9:00 a.m. and run until 4:00 p.m. Lunch (on your own) is 12:00-1:00. All workshop materials are provided.
- At the end of the workshop day, participants receive a certificate of attendance confirming 6.0 board-approved CEUs.
- Checks and credit card charges are processed on the day of the workshop.