Join us for an enlightening morning with Harvard Business Review contributing editor Amy Gallo, as she shares powerful insights and practical tools to help you transform negative working relationships into positive ones.
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. In this short and concise morning brief, you'll get the opportunity to learn from one of the world's best leadership experts on how to navigate difficult coworkers and build interpersonal resilience.
With over a decade of experience interviewing social psychologists, workplace experts, and neuroscientists, Amy's latest book, Getting Along: How to Work with Anyone (Even Difficult People), reveals some of the painful experiences of people who have faced tough work issues and how many were able to transform negative working relationships to more positive ones.
During this event, you'll discover the eight archetypes of difficult people and the nine principles for getting along with anyone. With these powerful tools and insights, you'll be able to identify the root cause of a coworker's behavior and learn thought-provoking questions and tactics to try, helping you to find less stress going forward and build better work relationships.
Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting your career, this event is a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights and tactics to improve your career and well-being. Join us for an evening with Amy Gallo and learn how to work with anyone, even difficult people!
About the author:
Amy Gallo is an expert in conflict, communication, and workplace dynamics. She is the author of two books: Getting Along: How to Work with Anyone (Even Difficult People) and the HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict.
As a contributing editor at Harvard Business Review, she writes about interpersonal dynamics, leadership, and career advancement. Amy has contributed to numerous books on feedback, emotional intelligence, and managing others, and is the co-author of the HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case.
She is a co-host of HBR's Women at Work podcast and is on the faculty of the Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification program. Amy has taught at Brown University and UPenn and is a graduate of both Brown and Yale University.
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