#37: How to End Drama - 10 Steps to Shifting You and Your Team out of Drama

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Drama is toxic and contagious and it is up to us, as leaders, to mitigate the drama and empower ourselves as well as our teams - which can be difficult without the right tools and mindsets. In this episode, you will learn 10 skills that will guide you in how to actually shift yourself out of drama - and for you managers of people – how to help your teams learn to end drama as well. These skills are taken from a skill-building series Caneel gifted a Fortune 500 client after an in-person leadership training session. After this episode, you will have, not only the concepts, mindsets, and practices of this important part of conscious leadership, but you will also have some free tools and practical applications. 

 

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