Overview

Success Sabotage: A Common Phenomenon
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Success Sabotage: A Common Phenomenon

It is a societal expectation that striving for greater achievements and rewards, constantly reaching new plateaus, and meeting higher standards is everyone’s goal.  When someone is seemingly avoiding the chance to succeed or perhaps actually refusing opportunities, it’s baffling.  However, being more successful may mean leaving a predictable way of life and vaulting in the realm of the unknown. This session will explore the success sabotage/avoidance phenomenon and offer suggestions for helping supervises, colleagues, and maybe even oneself, understand and manage it. 

Instructor Bios

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Success Sabotage: A Common Phenomenon

  • Gerri King

    Gerri King

    Gerri King, Ph.D., is a social psychologist and organizational consultant to corporations, nonprofits, government, education, and healthcare. She works throughout the U.S. and abroad, with a focus on Mergers and Acquisitions, Strategic Planning, Leadership and Supervisory Training, Conflict Resolution, Managing Change, and Creating Blame and Gossip Free Work Environments. Based in Concord, NH, she is a founding partner of Human Dynamics Associates. Gerri’s book, available on Amazon.com,  is called The "DUH" Book of Management and Supervision: Dispelling Common Leadership Myths.

09:00am - 03:30pm
Portsmouth - 231 Corporate Drive
Gerri King
269.00 Tuition (includes lunch)
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