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Monique Caissie

Speaker, Facilitator & Professional Coach * Having better conversations with people who drive you crazy! *

Discover how to go from conflict to collaboration - even with people who "drive you crazy". As a trained facilitator and a natural speaker, Monique Caissie draws from 30 years of crisis intervention work to empower people to improve their professional relationships and get better results while feeling more head, respected and happier.
She is an Accredited Trainer for DISC as a Human Behavior Consultant and a Certified NLP Professional Coach. Check out her website at http://moniquecaissie.com/ and be sure to grab her Free Results Accelerator Cheat Sheet on How to Ask For What You Want. http://bit.ly/2askpage
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The Truth About Stigma For Mental Health Workers

Over the years, I have noticed many instances where professionals felt that they were supposed to be above all of life's challenges and obstacles. Not just health care workers ignoring their own health; but leaders who feel stressed by circumstances beyond their control and who live in fear of being discovered so that they feel anxious and afraid.
01/24/2017 03:13 EST
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It's Not Easy Dealing With The Holiday Scrooge At Work

Susan was a fellow office manager. She was given a budget to decorate for Christmas. As she transformed our offices with green and tinsel, she also loudly voiced what a waste of time and money it was. She even complained about the lunch-time Christmas party on Christmas Eve when we could leave early. Oh, for crying out loud!
12/12/2016 01:10 EST
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How To Manage "Negative Neil" And "Debbie Downer"

Oh no. You can hear them coming down the hall and are wishing you could hide under your desk. Being on a team project with them can feel like there's no escaping them. You know who I'm talking about: the nay-sayers and folks who seem to go around thinking there's a contest to be won for complaining or seeing the worst out of every situation.
10/21/2016 01:44 EDT
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3 Reasons To Stop Being So Damn Collaborative

When we think of the best teams, many people aim for collaboration as the most desirable trait in the members and the leaders. While a collaborative approach targets the best win/win scenario that everyone can hope for, there are times where leaders need to step away and adopt a more directive stance.
10/06/2016 03:09 EDT