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Can Soundview Live Help You End Workplace Drama?

On Thursday, July 7, 2011, the next installment of our exclusive Soundview Live Webinar series takes to the digital airwaves in an attempt to help you conquer one of the greatest foes to productivity: workplace drama. Is there anything more frustrating than seeing your workplace teams dissolve into infighting and petty politics? These are highly competent, seasoned professionals that, for a number of reasons, are unable to overcome the common pitfalls that cause drama to occur. Consultant, trainer and speaker Marlene Chism has spent years researching and identifying the gaps that create drama. Chism will be our special guest on this edition of Soundview Live, and she will introduce listeners to the Stop Your Drama methodology, an eight-part process for smashing the barriers created by workplace drama.

One of the most interesting aspects of Chism’s analysis of workplace drama is the role fear plays in both its creation and continuation. People have the curious ability to both despise the workplace conditions under which drama occurs yet be afraid to make any changes to the situation. This is due to a psychological gap, according to Chism, and there is an effective method for leaders to counter the problem and help employees see that there is a safe way forward, one which she’ll discuss during the event.

Don’t forget that what separates Soundview Live from virtually every other Webinar online is that YOU get the opportunity to send in your questions to be answered by Chism during the broadcast. In light of the sensitive nature of the subject matter, we will be certain to keep all submissions anonymous. Chism will no doubt have some unique insights and may be able to help you solve a situation that you’re experiencing.

Stay tuned to for more information about how you can sign up for the next Soundview Live.


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