Video Training Course: Managing For People Who Hate Managing

Be A Success By Being Yourself

Publication date: 10/14/2015

Video Training Course: Managing For People Who Hate Managing
Managing For People Who Hate Managing


More often than not, professional success means becoming a manager. Yet nobody prepared you for how to deal with the emotions, conflicts, and personalities you’ll encounter in that role. In this video workshop, consultant Devora Zack teaches the tools you need succeed—and even thrive!—as a manager.

Zack introduces two primary management styles—thinkers and feelers—and helps you develop a management style that fits who you really are. With the help of enlightening examples, dynamic exercises, and lifesaving tips, she guides you through a range of challenging situations, demonstrating how her innovative approach makes managing less of a stumble in the dark.

  • Discover why many people dislike the role of “manager”
  • Identify and accept your temperament
  • Learn how to capitalize on your strengths
  • Explore the Thinker-Feeler personality spectrum
  • Examine the interplay between thinking-feeling and introversion-extroversion
  • Apply The Platinum Rule, the ERSA method, and numerous other cutting edge tools
  • Gain techniques to identify others’ styles and motivate based on their primary drivers
  • Increase your self-awareness

Devora Zack, CEO of Only Connect Consulting, is a global keynote speaker, consultant, and coach with 100+ clients such as Cornell University, Smithsonian, Australian Institute of Management, U.S. Department of Education, and Mensa. Her books, Singletasking, Networking for People Who Hate Networking, and Managing for People Who Hate Managing, are published in over 25 languages. She has been featured on ABC-TV, Fox Business, USA

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Managing For People Who Hate Managing


More often than not, professional success means becoming a manager. Yet nobody prepared you for how to deal with the emotions, conflicts, and personalities you’ll encounter in that role. In this video workshop, consultant Devora Zack teaches the tools you need succeed—and even thrive!—as a manager.

Zack introduces two primary management styles—thinkers and feelers—and helps you develop a management style that fits who you really are. With the help of enlightening examples, dynamic exercises, and lifesaving tips, she guides you through a range of challenging situations, demonstrating how her innovative approach makes managing less of a stumble in the dark.

  • Discover why many people dislike the role of “manager”
  • Identify and accept your temperament
  • Learn how to capitalize on your strengths
  • Explore the Thinker-Feeler personality spectrum
  • Examine the interplay between thinking-feeling and introversion-extroversion
  • Apply The Platinum Rule, the ERSA method, and numerous other cutting edge tools
  • Gain techniques to identify others’ styles and motivate based on their primary drivers
  • Increase your self-awareness

Devora Zack, CEO of Only Connect Consulting, is a global keynote speaker, consultant, and coach with 100+ clients such as Cornell University, Smithsonian, Australian Institute of Management, U.S. Department of Education, and Mensa. Her books, Singletasking, Networking for People Who Hate Networking, and Managing for People Who Hate Managing, are published in over 25 languages. She has been featured on ABC-TV, Fox Business, USA

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Table of Contents

Introduction 01m 04s
But I Liked My Real Job 03m 29s
Who are you? Leadership Style Assessment 14m 00s
Feelers Think and Thinkers Feel 11m 04s
Men, Women, & Cognitive Dissonance 09m 09s
The Platinum Rule 19m 19s
Lonely at the Top 09m 46s
Inside, Outside, Upside Down 19m 21s
Every Step You Take 14m 05s
Be a Success By Being Yourself 04m 51s

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