Managing your behavior at work


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Managing your behavior at work

  1. 1. Managing your behavior at work
  2. 2. • Alex Quigley: – behaviour-management/ Managing your behavior at work Thank you! - Our main sources • Training and consulting in behavior management & dementia care: – Base/General/Behavior-Management-Strategies-and- Techniques • Websites – 0110114161839-915186779 –
  3. 3. • Understanding what shapes our own behaviour can be very useful, since our behaviour affects our relationships with our colleagues. Managing your behavior at work Introduction
  4. 4. • There are some major employees misconduct, such as: – Excessive Tardiness or Absences: – Insubordination – Rudeness and Abusive Language – Dishonesty and Theft – Off-Site Misconduct Managing your behavior at work Employee misconduct in the workplace
  5. 5. • The benefits are: – It helps to develop techniques for preventing and managing stress; – Control anger and express it in a fair manner; – Work constructively with people who annoy us; – Be aware of your own and other people's body language and its role in communication. Managing your behavior at work Benefits of managing our behavior at work
  6. 6. • Professional training is vital to helping staff organize their thinking about problematic behaviors, and to developing proactive skills that focus on prevention and respect. Managing your behavior at work The behavior management strategies
  7. 7. • A vital component of managing difficult behavior is knowing that your behavior affects the behavior of others. • When you’re aware of this factor, you’re better able to deal with difficult behavior. Managing your behavior at work Strategy 01 – Be mindful of your own reaction
  8. 8. • When you’re rationally detached, you maintain control by not taking negative comments or actions personally. • Without this key ability, team members may react instinctively or defensively, which will only escalate a situation. Managing your behavior at work Strategy 02 – Maintain rational detachment
  9. 9. • When people feel ignored, marginalized, or not cared for, they often act out. • An effective way to counter a person’s anxiety is to validate her feelings. • Pay attention to what she says. Give her plenty of personal space. Managing your behavior at work Strategy 03 – Be attentive
  10. 10. • Remind yourself that when you’re the target of an outburst or a negative situation, you’re rarely the cause of the behavior. • And just as thinking, "I can't deal with this" might cause you to react one way, telling yourself, "I know what to do" will cause a more productive response. Managing your behavior at work Strategy 04 – Use positive self-talk
  11. 11. • Being a professional doesn't mean that you can handle everything. • Knowing that you have support and backup is crucial to staying in control of your own behavior and responding appropriately. • Accept your limits and keep in mind that sometimes the best decision is to let someone else take over. Managing your behavior at work Strategy 05 – Recognize your limits
  12. 12. • Be sure to debrief after any incident. • Talking about it can help relieve the stress. It’s also important to consider what was done well and how to respond better the next time a situation occurs. Managing your behavior at work Strategy 06 – Debrief
  13. 13. Feel free to send us an e-mail. Our Website: Our E-mail: Linkedin: Roberto de Paula Lico Júnior Skype: roberto.lico Managing your behavior at work Our Business Contacts