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Wendy Sellers is an HR expert who focuses on being relatable without overcomplicating things. She has many topics, however, two of the most popular are listed below.
Three Things Leaders Should Know
(1) Your personality annoys us,
(2) Common sense isn't common and
(3) You suck at communicating; and
Five Ways Our Employees Drive Us Crazy
(1) They don't listen,
(2) They make so many mistakes
(3) They have no common sense
(4) They have an entitlement mentality and
(5) They just don't care
Both of these humorous sessions are actually about reflecting as a leader and asking the question: "Am I part of the problem?" Employees, managers, and leaders will come out of these events with a new perspective to change their work-place behaviors and actions immediately. What are you waiting for? Call today for realistic and affordable advice.
"You might be part of the problem" - Wendy Sellers, The HR Lady
This short book covers topics ranging from personality styles (how some personality styles rub people the wrong way) to communication (which almost always goes wrong) and lack of common sense. Chapter 10 is an "Acting Lesson" which challenges you to change (but only for 15 minutes a day). This thought-provoking book emphasizes that you must shut up and listen to be a leader people will follow.
Wendy Sellers is an author, HR expert, speaker, consultant and Chief People Officer who is known as The HR Lady - and is often heard saying "Suck It Up, Buttercup." The phrase has taken a whole new meaning. In the past, it was directed at what she believed were inept employees. Now it is directed at the true root cause: leaders who are unwilling to consider others' ideas or perceptions.
Being relatable and understanding others is what leadership is all about. Wendy's business experience is real and was very painful to achieve. Her pain is your gain! Let's get to work and dare we say, we just might have some fun along the way. Enjoy the short book, it is straight-forward and humorous - which is exactly how she speaks.