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Course participant reviews for Sensitivity Training for Managers

Average rating 5

Based on 135 reviews.

Connie L.
I can't let people tell some jokes that just don't beling in the workplace
Claire M.
I have to be a more positive role model for my employees
Charles M.
I don't like all the new rules for the workplace - but I understand I have to follow them!
Kevin B.
My style can be perceived as unapproachabe - it keeps employees from coming to me with problems
Nancy Y.
I learned my questioning style can come across to some as hostile
Rekha A.
I need to let some things from the past go…I keep bringing it up and it embarrasses some employees
David D.
I recognize that I may come across as condescending to some of my staff
Julie F.
My biggest take away is "people's perceptions is their reality"
Tamara H.
My domininat management style can contribute to my employees not feeling part of the team
Ken K.
I need to be "under the radar" less and be more actively supporting my employees
James B.
I didn't realize that sometimes my words have a caustic sting
Fred S.
I don't let other people speak enough - I dominate conversations
David E.
My impulsive decision-making style can cause employee frustration - need to change!
Omar F.
My lack of planning can lead to self-inflicted emergencies…this impacts employees
Kenneth T.
Nevil J.
I can come across as nit-picky to employees - gets them frutstrated
Mary I.
I may stifle informal communication in my department
Billy N.
I need to stop micro-managing because some emplyees can read it as I don't trust them.
Tony M.
I agree that I can come across as self-serving to my employees
David P.
It was an eye opener to see that some employees look at me as controlling or manipulating
Rick M.
Sometimes my personality causes me to overstep my boundaries
James D.
Emotion can get the best of me- I need to stay in better control of myself
Rod R.
I interrupt people too much - I need to listen better
Duane D.
Anil P.
There are some employees who probably think I come across as bluntor arrogant


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