Webinar Recording: Are You a Negative Nell or a Positive Paul? Reducing Our Tendency to Embrace the Negative with Linda Bruno

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Date(s) - 07/10/2018
2:00 pm CDT - 3:30 pm CDT

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Have you ever noticed how easy it is to get drawn into the world of the “Negative Nells?” And how much more difficult it is to join Positive Paul’s party?

Have you ever noticed that we often tend to share our negativity with others – our co-workers and our patrons? They often “catch” our negativity, make it their very own, and proceed to share it with even more people!

What we sometimes forget is that holding on to negativity or focusing on the positive is a choice, not something over which we have absolutely no control.

In this 90-minute webinar, we’re going to look at what tends to bring out our negativity, how long we hang on to negative thoughts, and how we generally react to those feelings.

Then we’ll talk about choices – how do we raise awareness of the choices we’re making regarding our own feelings? How do we ensure that those choices are going to be to our benefit?

How, in other words, do we choose to stay positive when negativity seems to be the norm?

Attend this 90-minute webinar and make a choice to ignore Negative Nell and party with Positive Paul!

Linda Bruno: With programs on a wide variety of topics such as customer service, supervisory skills, communication, emotional intelligence, and personalities (along with many others), Linda develops and conducts training for clients across the United States. She is also a certified facilitator for the well-respected talent management firm, Development Dimensions International.

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For FY2021-22, 70% of the total costs for the PLAN Continuing Education program ($220,000) is supported by federal money, and 30% of this program ($92,991) is supported by state money. The total budget of the project is $312,991.