Anger Managment

    High intensity work or work environments can cause good people to show their worst sides.  Sometimes the pressure to succeed and delivery can manifest in negative displays of anger that cause disruption workplace dysfunction.  DB Pargman’s Anger Management services provide a forum for processing the root causes of demonstrations of anger and provides specific techniques and protocols for managing and mitigating anger in the workplace.

    What to do after someone is told to they need to “get a grip and calm down?”  A person with an anger issue may know they have “an ager issue” and  they may ben know they “should be careful.”  However, providing the skills and the tools to actually manage and handle anger is something rarely provided or offered at work.  We provide a skills based approach to understanding the sources of one’s anger and the techniques to help your person manage it.

    Why Choose Anger Management?

    Benefits:

     

    • Provide Focus upon return to work after training
    • Provide opportunity to process an incident
    • Provide Trainee with take-home exercises and new skills
    • Customized to particular situation and individual trainee
    • Provide opportunity to understand an incident
    • Document organization’s response to an incident
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    Best Practice when combined with One-on-One Sensitivity Training following an incident.  Make a commitment to actually changing problematic behavior by going beyond training and eduction.  Coaching is about implementation and insuring new knowledge translates into action.

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    Incidents arise from behaviors that are often deeply ingrained and conditioned.  Follow up coaching keeps the lessons of an individual training on the forefront of a trainees mind for weeks or months after an incident to enforce new behaviors.

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    Ongoing support and resource for your Key Person as they face the repetitive challenges of working differently with team members and particular co-workers.  Provide a resource for your Key Person to roll-play and strategize about important interactions.

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    People skills are one of the most critical skills sets we can develop.  Success achieved at work can largely depend on how well we understand ourselves and those with whom we interact.

    What clients say about DB Pargman's Trainings . . .

    Finding different ways to deal with difficult people and watching the role plays were very useful part of the training

    I really liked the “buttons” exercise!

    At this training I learned that conflict does not have to always be a negative thing.

    This training exceeded my expectations!  The trainer was engaging and lively and I learned that conflict can be a misunderstood and sometimes it can be healthy and normal as long as you work through the conflict.

    Outstanding value, subject matter and trainer – I thought it was perfect.

    All the information is useful.  It can also be used in my own personal life!!  Great Job!!!

    I learned ways to improve communication to help prevent misunderstandings and misinterpretations.

    You opened the eyes of our leadership.  I just adored the personality of the trainer, she was easy to relate to and effective in making her points.  

    The subject matter was outstanding.  The reference card you gave us at the end was helpful to remember what we learned.

    The best part was the facilitator’s ability to deliver some of the difficult points and to answer some of the sticky questions.

    This training was OUTSTANDING!
    It was the best 6 hours of my life!  This is the longest anyone has ever listened to me.
    This training should be MANDATORY before any physician is employed at (my hospital). 

    FAQ's for Anger Management

    Q: What benefits do Trainees receive at a Anger Management Training?

    A: Our 1-1 AMT is a skill-building, educational investment in your Key Person. It is NOT punitive, judgmental, blame-seeking or negative in anyway. Your Key Person will emerge having had the opportunity to process the incident and take big steps to putting it behind them and returning their focus to their work while at the same time learning specific technologies help them manage their expression of anger.

    Q: What is covered in the Anger Management Training?

    A: While the program will be individualized to meet the needs and experience of the Trainee and any particular incident that may have prompted the Training, the core of the Anger Management Training involves (a) the personal inventory and review of a particular incident or experience, if relevant, (b) an opportunity for the Trainee to process and explain their experience in a non-judgmental environment, and introduction of specific technologies and exercises for the Trainee to incorporate into their work life to reduce and manage their anger.

    Q: What are the specific technologies?

    Our Anger Management Training is based on university research into Mindfulness and Contemplative Studies.  Scientific research into brain functionality is presented utilizing examples of images from Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) that illustrate brain function behind and about anger.  Contemplative practice exercises are taught to equip Trainee with specific tools.  Trainees leave with both an understanding of science and a toolbox of skills to help manage anger.

    Q: Can the One-on-One Sensitivity Training and Anger Management be combined?

    A: Yes, they can be combined to form a two-day back-to-back program; however, they cannot be combined in a single day.

    Q: Can the Personality Assessment and Anger Management be combined?

    A: Yes, they can be combined to form a two-day back-to-back program; however, they cannot be combined in a single day.

    Q: The person who needs the training really does not want to attend and may be rude and I don’t want to put you in an awkward position, can you handle it?

    A: Yes. We’ve seen it all – there is a reason behind the behavior – we’ll get to the bottom of it and can handle it.

    Q: The person who needs the training did not really do anything wrong but I think could use a little nudge in the right direction, I don’t want this to be punitive, is that okay?

    A: Yes. Very often the Trainee did not do anything serious, but just needs a little help working with a new or different team or aligning different personality types – we can help.

    Q: The person who needs the training really messed up and this is our last attempt to save him before termination – the stakes are high and this guy is highly on edge, can you handle it?

    A: Yes.

    Q: Do you work with Federal Agencies?

    A: Yes, we are on the GSA Schedule of alskdf. Click here for the GSA Schedule.

    Q: Do you offer online training services?

    A: No.  Anger Management cannot be delivered online.

    Q: Can more than one person attend a One-to-One Training Session?

    A: If more than one person requires training then it is considered a Group Training (Click here for more information about our Group Trainings.)

    Q: Where are the Anger Management  Sessions conducted?

    A: Your choice – you can send the Trainee to Atlanta, or we can meet the Trainee in your office location or anywhere in the Continental US. The experience has a greater impact on the Trainee when they travel to us as it causes them to separate out the day and removes them from their local environment, reducing distractions and adding seriousness to the experience.

    Q: Is the Anger Management Session exclusive to my person or are their other Trainees also having their Anger Management Session at the same time?


    A: Your Anger Management Session is exclusive to your person – no one else is in the training room at the time of your session.

    Q: Do I get any documentation of the Anger Management Session?


    A: Yes. Following the Training, you will receive a Training Completion Report which will document that the training took place and summarize the subject covered in the Training.

    Q: Can I (as a company representative) get information on what specifically the Trainee talked about in the Training?


    A: We offer our Trainees a commitment of confidentiality.

    Q: Is there any post-training follow up for the Trainee?


    A: Additional Executive Follow Up Coaching can provide for follow-up focus, accountability and action support following an Anger Management Training day. Click here for more information on Executive Coaching programs.

    Q: Can I (as a company representative) talk to the Trainer about the Anger Management Session after it occurs?


    A: Yes.

    Q: How long is the Anger Management Training.


    A: Generally one day beginning at 9:30 am and ending around 2:30 pm. We can be flexible to accommodate Trainee’s travel schedule and begin earlier or later.

    Q: We have been mandated to provide multiple days of  Training, do you have a two or three day program?


    A: Yes.

    Q: Is this therapy?

    A: No. Trainees, however, report that the experience has therapeutic value in being able to share their side of a story in a non-judgmental environment with someone outside of their corporate environment and family.

    Q: Will your trainer offer legal advice to me or the Trainee?

    A: No.

    Q: Who are the Trainers?


    A: Click here for Trainer Bios.

    Q: Can I request a particular trainer?


    A: No.  Only certain Trainers are certified in our Anger Management protocols.

    Q: What should the Trainee bring to the training or do to prepare?


    A: Nothing – if they can bring a positive attitude, that’s nice, but is not required.

    Q: What’s next?

    A: Click here to request a specific date or more information or simply call us at 1-866-387-3367