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In every organization there are bright and talented people who never speak up in meetings.  Are they shy?  Intimidated?  Or are they behaving as dictated by the culture in which they were raised or the culture of the company?

This course examines situations, settings, management styles, and other factors affecting comfort with communication.  It offers suggestions for making it easier for the “passive person” to speak up.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore several reasons why an employee might be passive
  • Identify their own style – and think about modifying it
  • Recognize various management styles and how they affect communication
  • Identify settings that might be intimidating
  • Discover techniques to improve the possibility of getting passive people to speak up.
Last updated/reviewed: November 15, 2019

Included In Certifications

This course is included in the following Certification Programs:

28 CoursesMastering Management Certification

  1. Preventing Harassment, Abusive Behavior, Bullying, And Discrimination In The Workplace 2020 Update – 2 hour training
  2. The Art and Science of Interviewing
  3. Investigating a Complaint of Inappropriate Behavior in The Workplace
  4. Understanding Our Unconscious Biases
  5. Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Management’s Role
  6. Management Providing Safety and Better Ergonomics
  7. Maintaining a Culture of Innovation and Creativity
  8. Managing Passive People
  9. Resolving Workplace Conflict and Dealing with Different/Difficult People in 2020 and Beyond
  10. Group Decision Making and Problem Solving
  11. Company Culture: Creating and Maintaining the Best
  12. Part I: Cultural and Behavioral Information for Business in an International – Global Environment
  13. Part II: Country Specific, Cultural, and Behavioral Information - Doing Business in a Global Environment
  14. Effective Time Management and Goal Setting/Delegation
  15. Culture: Inside the Company and Outside the Country
  16. Cognitive Styles (Styles of Thinking, Talking, Giving and Receiving Information)
  17. Finding Success with Teams Working Far Apart
  18. Change Management: The People Side
  19. Effective Workplace Negotiation and Persuasion
  20. Creating Rewards and Recognitions that Get You What You Want to Achieve
  21. Onboarding: From Entry-Level to Senior Executive
  22. Marrying Career Development with Succession Planning
  23. Visibility Enhances Promotability
  24. Delegating Skills for Managers
  25. Assertiveness Skills for Executives, Managers and HR Professionals
  26. How EQ Helps Motivate Your Staff
  27. Effective Meeting Management for Leaders, Managers, and Facilitators
  28. Communication: A Two-Way Process

1 Review (9 ratings)Reviews

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Anonymous Author
Interesting topic. I learned something about passive coworkers and plan on using some of the skills learned here for team building.

Prerequisites

Course Complexity: Intermediate

No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
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Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  3:14Introduction to Managing Passive People
  5:55Situations Requiring More Active Participation
  5:50When Interviewing
  9:14How Management Styles Would Contricute to Passivity
  5:03Settings Affecting the Passive Person
  5:15Different Cultural Styles
  4:23Different Cognitive Styles
  11:31Suggestions for Encouraging Active Participation & Conclusion
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  50:25Managing Passive People
SUPPORTING MATERIALS
  PDFSlides: Managing Passive People
  PDFManaging Passive People Glossary/Index
REVIEW AND TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
 examFINAL EXAM