Dealing with 'Difficult' Brains
You can deal with difficult 'brain's more successfully
There are many ways in which to define difficult people--brains, really, as everything starts in the brain. Your 'difficult people' may simply be those whose brain functions differ from yours. For others, their 'difficult person' may be you.
This six-part seminar is designed to provide basic brain information that, practically applied, can give you options for dealing with difficult people from the perspective of brain-function information. Can you avoid or turn-around every difficult-person situation? Probably not. Can you minimize frustration? In many cases, yes!
Five sections related to difficult brains are available:
- Brain immaturity
- Brain downshifting
- Sensory and/or EAI differences
- Brain bent differences
- Gender differences
Approximately 50-minutes per section. Hosts may select number of sections to include.
Audiences that are interested in taking a new look at dealing with difficult people—from the perspective of brain-function information—enhancing understanding and adding strategies to their communication tool-kit.
At the conclusion of the seminar, participants should be able to:
- Define at least one of their difficult people
- List two factors for each section that can contribute to difficult communication
- Describe one preventive strategy for each section
Presented by Arlene R. Taylor PhD
Brain Function Specialist, Realizations Inc