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Dealing with Negativity & Blameworkshop outline

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How to tackle anyone who has an attitude of either being negative or blaming as a typical response.

who should attend and why?

Anyone who want to use new ideas to help change unhelpful attitudes and behaviours of individuals.


By the end of this workshop you will:

  • be able to use a number of strategies to tackle negativity and/or blame
  • be able to discuss anyone’s negativity in a constructive and helpful manner
  • be able to help anyone with such behaviours consider reasons for such behaviours
  • be able to discuss the potential consequences of such behaviours in a constructive way
  • be able to use techniques to help enable you to stay positive and constructive despite such behaviour


  • What is meant by negative and blame as specific behaviours
  • Possible reasons for such behaviours
  • Ways in which you might influence such behaviours to change
  • How to protect yourself from such behaviours having a negative impact on you
  • Case work and practice

development method

The workshop will be a mix of facilitator input, group discussion, case work, a short video, practical activities, and feedback.

“Really helpful workshop that provided new and helpful ideas that helped turn their behaviour around”

Senior Manager, Laterooms
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