Dec 15
Being An Adult At Work
What does it mean to be an adult at work? Sometimes we wonder! Joining us to help us get clear on what it means to be an adult at work and how organizations can actually grow up is author, speaker, and executive coach William Diedrich!

Through his years of working with executives, individuals, and organizations, Bill has gleaned a lot of wisdom about the impact of emotional intelligence, clear communication, and becoming a center of influence in your life. What does that mean and how does that differ from being a center of attention? Listen in today and find out!

How can you begin to collaborate with others? Are you invested in win/lose scenarios? What's the impact of the Blame Game? Bill helps us walk through all of that and more and we investigate the roles that people play at work and in their lives. You'll find that your relationship with yourself and your willingness to investigate what you find there plays a critical role in your success both in your personal life as well as at work. Listen in!

For more information about Bill's book, Adults At Work: How Individuals and Organizations Can Grow Up, and about his work, please visit www.Adults-At-Work.com.

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