Los Angeles, CA, June 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In response to the current epidemic in workplace anger, George Anderson, Anger Management Guru and Executive Director of Anderson & Anderson, A.P.C., has increased his training faculty in order to address this crisis. The Anderson & Anderson model of anger management is the industry standard worldwide.
Workplace anger reduces productivity and leads to an increase in sick day usage, accidents, and losses on investments. The risk of employee litigation relative to hostile work environments increases an organization's liability.
The current state of the economy, with layoffs and a reduced workforce, has increased tension and anger, and has led to aggressive behavior at work. The purpose of this training is to serve as a pro-active intervention to prevent workplace tension, aggression and or conflict.
Effective immediately, Anderson & Anderson will offer its Organizational Anger Management Program, on-site nationwide. The Anderson & Anderson intervention is designed for use with small groups of 10 to 25 participants.
The four hour training begins with an 18 item emotional intelligence/anger management assessment, which is designed to determine the employees’ level of functioning in recognizing and managing anger, recognizing and managing stress, primary and secondary styles of communication and empathy/emotional intelligence.
Each participant will receive a client workbook, "Gaining Control of Ourselves", with lessons and exercises on skill enhancement in anger management, stress management, communication and emotional intelligence. A companion DVD covering the same topics is given to each participant for use in mastering the skills in the client workbook.
During this four- hour training, facilitator-lead discussions on anger management, stress management, communication and emotional intelligence will be offered. Finally, phone consultation is offered to each participant over a three month period.
The staff at Anderson & Anderson are prepared to answer any questions that anyone may have about this program.