Arrogance and Humility - Interactive

Arrogance and Humility - Interactive

Seven Dimensions
Updated May 01, 2020

It’s easy to be arrogant. It’s best to be humble. This interactive course is designed to help team leaders and team members build a supportive and caring team, by valuing humility and showing care and support to those around you.

Some of the Cutting Edge team must decrease arrogance and increase humility. Arrogance is easy to recognize in others, but seldom in oneself! Sam’s high intelligence often translates into condescension when dealing with his colleagues. Carol is oblivious to the impact of her blunt assessments and “look at me” behavior. Sanjay is likewise accused by Tammy of rudeness and dismissiveness but deflects this by claiming he does not want to be a doormat for others. Tammy, Casey and Steve make suggestions for how people can show increasing humility and respect, and demonstrate how increased humility creates a better office atmosphere.

Key Learning Points

  • Don’t wait to be told INSTEAD: Recognize arrogance is a turn off
  • Don’t be oblivious INSTEAD: Become aware of yourself
  • Don’t think it’s beneath you INSTEAD: Increase humility
  • Don’t pretend to change INSTEAD: Find ways to improve

Target Audience

Team leaders, team members and managers

Comedy makes learning fun

This interactive course is part of the Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series created by Psychologist Eve Ash and comedienne Erin Brown starring Emmy-award winning Kim Estes. A powerful training series follows several characters through a landscape of social faux pas insult and embarrassment. This series will amaze and entertrain covering important lessons in human interaction motivation leadership service unprofessional behavior apologizing negotiating stress difficult people among many other workplace hot button issues. This Australian produced series was filmed on location in Los Angeles.