Videconference: How to Work with Difficult People with Tutti Taygerly

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    June 25, 4-5pm EDT

    How to Work with Difficult People
    We all know difficult people. And whether by necessity of job or family, some of these people will continue to remain in our lives. And occasionally, we might find ourselves to be the difficult person. As designers and researchers, we know the value of listening to our users and empathizing with their needs. As creators, we know the value of curiosity. As communicators, we know the value of relationships. Join us to build on existing product skills to work better with difficult people.
    About Tutti
    Tutti Taygerly is a leadership coach who helps creatives & technologists embrace their unique leadership style to achieve professional impact. Tutti has 20+ years of experience as a designer across multiple industries, from big data to consumer video and from enterprise software to entertainment. She’s led design teams at startups, design agencies, and large tech companies, most recently at Facebook supporting Video products.

    2 Responses to “Videconference: How to Work with Difficult People with Tutti Taygerly”

    1. LUIS COLIN

      I’m registered to the community but someone I miss the events. How to make sure I get them into my calendar? I would love to hear about this one. Thanks

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      • Hi Luis, I checked your account and see you are in our database; each time you receive a call reminder, there are links you can click to add to google calendar or outlook/ical. The most recent reminder you should have received was on June 16. You’ll receive a reminder for this particular call, with those calendar links, in the morning (EDT) of June 23, and again the morning of the call. Thanks for being a member!

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