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Victims, Villains and Heroes Managing Emotions in the Workplace With Don Phin
Question: Have you ever fantasized about going to work and having nobody to manage?
Remember this: IF it doesnt make sense… …dont try to make sense out of it!
Shakespeare said… All the worlds a stage and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances. And one man in his time plays many parts.
Victim Villain Hero
Portrait of the Victim
Victims in the Workplace 100+ year battle control is the main theme manifested in legal system
Why Play Victim ??? Because….it feels good!
Portrait of the Villain
We All Play Villain! Can anyone here honestly say… the only time they yelled at someone was in a true emergency?
What Role Do You Think You Are Playing?
Portrait of the Hero
The Drama of Work something feels unfair gather evidence, find the lie ignites the triumph energy
You own 100% by yourself.
What Would Be Fair? You are good and caring They are good and caring 50/50 seems fair
Emotional Inequality 20%rs (victims) 80%rs (villains) 80%rs (negative heroes)
The 20/20 Relationship
The 80/80 Relationship
The 80/20 Relationship
Baby, Light My Fire procrastinate hurl your pain use their energy
Relating at 50/50
Moving From 20% to 40% coax encourage inspire
Moving from 80% to 40% let go of control be inclusive have faith
Speaking For Yourself YOU, YOU, YOU use I words ask them to speak about their experience, not yours
Avoiding Conflict wow, thats interesting! stay off stage! walk and breath
Contact Info Don Phin (800) 234-3304 www.hrthatworks.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Victims, Villains and Heroes Managing Emotions in the Workplace.
I am an artist and my passion is education! I am a performer and my stage is the classroom. I am a musician and my instrument is my heart. I am a writer.
The 3 R’s Recognize bullying. Refuse bullying. Report it to an adult.
Bullying a world not to enter Bullying a world not to enter.
Aim: How do people adopt statuses? Do Now: What are you?
To be or not to be that is the question Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so unkind As man's ingratitude; Thy tooth is not so keen.
Let’s Take a Photowalk! Through Students’ Eyes. Here is the area of our walk:
STRONG IN FAITH.
What do you want to accomplish?. You set a goal whenever you say, "I want to..." Your goal might be that you want to get a pet dog, that you want to.
Roles and Relationships Ch. 4 Mackenzie. * Given role- A role you are born into naturally, or have no control over. * Ex. son/daughter, brother/sister,
By: 9E Caring Ambassadors Pleasant Unpleasant High FEELING Low ENERGY.
1 The importance of Team Working and Personal Attributes.
All the World’s a Stage By William Shakespeare. As You Like It All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits.
Do not seek so much to be consoled, as to console; do not seek so much to be understood, as to understand; do not seek so much to be loved as to love.
What to say to get out of the Drama Triangle. Roles Review: Persecutor: Criticizer – creates emotional “walls” in relationships Aggressor (passively,
21 Guns. Do you know what's worth fighting for? When it's not worth dying for? Does it take your breath away And you feel yourself suffocating? Does the.
Before you say anything to anyone, ask yourself 3 things: 1. Is it true? 2. Is it kind? 3. Is it necessary?
Review In the past three months we have discussed Hitlamdut, Behira Points and Anavah. I asked that you try to practice these by yourselves, discuss it.
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