Triggers are moments in our working environment that create emotional reactions in both our body and mind.
Consider a sarcastic colleague for example. Triggers can cause harm if we mis-manage our reactions by exhibiting too much intensity (think of anger which can range from annoyance up to rage) or by letting our response last too long (think how sadness prolonged becomes a mood).
In this unique training experience, you’ll identify how to control your triggers and create healthier working (and personal) relationships. A variety of mindfulness practices can help you slow down and choose to respond to others, rather than reacting to the moment.
About the instructor
Dan Seidman • Managing Director
20+ years of improving performance for sales teams by designing and re- designing selling processes utilizing best-practices in buyer motivation and decision-making.