This course is designed for those who want to learn skills and techniques that will get them more respect in the workplace – and elsewhere. Since it is not just women who get harassed and bullied, men too will benefit from the techniques offered. The course explores behavior that work and those that don’t. It shares new behaviors that make us appear more powerful and teaches us how to avoid potentially dangerous situations (like dark alleys). Finally, it will help you develop and identify your new style.
Although it would seem at first glance that this is intended for vulnerable women only, let me assure you that this course is for anyone who has ever been bullied or ridiculed as well as for anyone responsible for others. It is also a great course for parents and teachers raising children. It teaches how to walk tall and stand up for yourself.
Dr. ArLyne Diamond transforms individuals, groups, and organizations. She has a broad experience including business, education, psychology, marketing, management, economics, and law to enable her to hold a multi-faceted view to quickly cleave to the essence of a problem, and offer her clients creative and practical solutions. ArLyne has been described as warm and friendly with an articulate and comfortable presentation style. She works at every level from Board of Directors and upper management to support staff - professional practices, businesses, non-profits, associations, government agencies, as well as professional and career development for individuals. A prolific writer, she has published hundreds of articles and four books. She also publishes a monthly newsletter, is a guest writer for magazines and newspapers, and has hosted several online courses through illumeo Academy.