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Why do my coworkers have success and I don't? Have you ever asked yourself this?
Because I kept missing opportunities, like getting promoted or a bigger salary, I started to believe I can not achieve success in the workplace. My name is Sergiu Nistor, I have worked for a company with more than 9000 employees for over 11 years, and as you can imagine, I have had a lot of ups and downs. I could see some of my colleagues stand out and achieve things I could only dream of. I couldn't understand why I wasn't able to do so as well. I was increasingly getting frustrated by this and I began trying to see why and how I could fix this.
Over the years, I have tried to achieve success by trial and error, until, finally, I found out what this secret: If you want to have success in your professional life you need to know how to identify and solve all the problems you encounter.
In this course I'm going to teach you how to identify and solve the most frequently encountered workplace problems. They can be generated by you, by your coworkers, by your bosses, by your customers or by the environment you work in. I will discuss situations such as dealing with stress and depression, sharing bad news, people to avoid, coworkers stealing credit or bullying you, meeting deadlines, rejection, feedback, bosses personality types, how to get noticed, and many more.
Everything I will teach you was learnt from my own experiences. These are the things that have worked for me and will work for you as well.
You might think you can identify and solve any problem instinctively, by doing what your gut tells you, but, the truth is, you need to have knowledge and the recipe for solving each kind of situation.
If you feel you are not getting the things you deserve at your workplace, this course is for you. You can't afford to wait any longer. Opportunities are passing you by. It's costing you money, professional recognition and a better life for you and your loved ones.
Take this course now. Your career is going to skyrocket.
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|Section 1: Let's rock and roll!|
|Section 2: Take Care of Your Own Mistakes|
How to fix your mistakes ?
1. Own your mistake
How to share bad news ?
- Calm down and process the information
- Set small milestones
What are the signs of depresion ?
- Lack of motivation
10 ways to deal with depresion
1. Talk to your bosses
Bad stress can be caused by:
- Unmanageable workloads
Stop reducing your coworkers productivity
- Don't interrupt them too much
- Don't miss deadlines
- Communicate effectively
How successful people behave ?
- Never insult
|Section 3: Are You Having Problems With Your Boss?|
What type of personality does your boss have?
Best ways to win over your new boss
- Don't panic
- Take the initiative
- Be flexible
- Give your new boss your perspective
- Take advantage of the fresh start
Is you boss incompetent ?
- Shows indecisiveness
- He makes poor decisions all the time
- Can't do his tasks alone
Take some action
- Prepare to step in if your boss can't handle the situation
- Avoid bad mouthing your boss
- Help your boss
- Look for a change
Bounce back from rejection
- Don't take it personally
- Ask why the idea was rejected
- Ask for a different perspective
- Try again
- Move on
Get noticed by your boss
- Volunteer for difficult tasks
|Section 4: Toxic Coworkers|
Why are you being ostracised at work?
- Being a negativist
People to avoid at the workplace
Types of conflicts
- resource conflicts
How to resolve conflicts
1.Keep your calm
Don't let horrible coworkers stop you
- Always be polite
- Ask the person that is bothering you to stop
- Ask other coworkers for their opinion about the person you intend to complain about
- Talk to your bosses
Prevent coworkers from stealing credit
- Calm down and assess the situation
|Section 5: Workplace Secrets|
9 workplace taboos
1. Not going to work on time
Low job security ? Here are 6 things you should do
1. Be open to change
Signs of an overly competitive workplace:
- a lot of stress
- feeling defensive
- no cooperation between teammates
Benefits of a happier workplace
- better health
- happier personal life
- increased productivity and success
You have to make these improvements
1. Ask for feedback
|Section 6: Can You Understand Your Customers?|
How to handle dificult customers ?
- Never let their mood affect you
|Section 7: Be Successful In Your Professional Life|
Do you want something? Remember.
- Nobody can read your mind
Assertiveness improves your:
How to be assertive
- Learn to set boundaries
How to be likable ?
- Don't be insecure
How to bounce back from a bad review?
- Let the feedback sink in
- Ask for more information
- Seek different perspectives
- Plan for the future
- Decide if you want to be there
Give yourself feedback
- Watch other people’s reaction to you
- Pay attention to your own reactions
- Analyze things you have done
- Focus on improving one thing
How to get promoted ?
- Do your job well
Benefits of networking
How to network ?
- Prepare ice-breaking questions
Where to network ?
- Network online (LinkedIN, Facebook,
|Section 8: Final Thoughts|
For me it all started in the summer of 1980, but I won't waste your time with the story of my life.
I discovered my passion for dealing with people and effective communication during my first year as a student, when I joined a students' organization named A.E.G.E.E. (European Students' Association). After finishing my studies I have worked in sales for a period of over 11 years.
Both in my student life and in my professional life I have faced various types of situations, such as: public speaking in front of people I did or didn't know, persuading people to buy what I was selling, short deadlines, overwhelming targets, low budget projects with high expectations, dealing with difficult customers and many others. In each one of these situations I have looked for and found ways to face them.
Because I know how difficult it is to make it on your own and I like to help people, I want to share all my knowledge and experience with you.
I am a very organized person who likes to work simply and efficiently. I'd rather spend my time optimizing and automatizing the way of doing something instead of spending time doing it inefficiently.
I like to spend my free time skiing and enjoying the beautiful mountain landscape if it's winter, riding my motorbike and horse riding if it's summer. All of these activities help me unwind, relax, recharge my batteries and prepare me for a new challenge.