Positively changing behaviours in your team

Practical advice for addressing negative behaviours in your team

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Sheila Scott offers expert advice on how to ‘direct, guide influence and motivate’ others to higher standards of behaviour and performance in this episode of Bodcast. She offers a framework to help you have the right conversations with your team so you can address and alter negative behaviours without conflict.

What you’ll hear today:
  • Where to begin when speaking to team members about their behaviour
  • Practical ways to develop your leadership skills
  • How to motivate team members to achieve more for the business
  • The importance of constructive, motivational feedback and how you deliver it your team
About Sheila Scott

Sheila ScottSheila is no plain business consultant – she’s got over 20 years’ experience being a coach to dentists and their teams, not to mention the whole host of qualifications she’s got under her belt, namely: psychology, marketing, counselling and training, more recently expanding on the list by completing a mediation course!

 

 

 

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