Anger Management (WTD136)
While anger can be completely normal, expected, and even helpful, it isn't pleasant to experience someone else showing intense or uncontrolled anger in the workplace, particularly if you are the target. At times, it can be really hurtful and harmful. Even worse, the expression of anger by one person can, on occasion, seem to almost infect others until the emotional environment becomes nearly unbearable. This workshop will look at anger, its expression, and its management from a workplace perspective. Join us to learn the story behind much of the anger seen in our society today, how to not take on another person's anger, and how to help others (or even yourself) manage anger.
This workshop is led by Dr. Rusty Andrews, the Human Systems Consultant for Kansas State University. In that capacity he has worked with many individuals, departments, and other units on the problems associated with workplace anger. This workshop can be helpful to those dealing with the anger of others as well as to those struggling with their own.
This is an event through Human Resources. There is no charge to participants, but registration is necessary to ensure adequate seating and materials.