Today we talk about how to argue with your child and anyone in your life where conflict arises. We love the book "Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work" by John M Gottman, PH.D, and refer to it often in this podcast. We highly recommend it! Email us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out our YouTube channel where we will post video versions of the podcast - www.youtube.com/knorppandsouth11
E193 - Leaders Intent and Decentralized Command. Building a Leadership Course . This week we sat down and discussed a course Scott was building for his other line of work. We learned how he leaned heavily on his Fire Fighting experience and our command style to blend structure and tactics in Leadership beyond the Human Resources and Conflict Resolution scenarios and courses that we are all too familiar with. Join us as we read through - HALO Leadership Principles As a group of Rural Volunteer Firefighters, our Fire Department has built our firefighter training from both old and new tactics in the fire service and adapted them to fit the realities of equipment, manpower, and costs around what our community requires. WHAT WE DO We create video, audio and written word content to share these training and tactics methods with our Brothers and Sisters in our extended fire families, and to showcase to those that may be interested in becoming firefighters the fun you can have and the amazing skills and abilities you get to learn, whilst keeping the lives of the people around you safe! WHY WE SHARE Firefighters are problem solvers whose role requires them to be on their best day whilst others are having their worst day, and while we do not claim to be perfect we are willing to put our lives on the line to try. It's during the trying that we continue to develop the mindset, tactics, and training that allow us to be effective, safe and successful where it's needed the most, and by sharing our experiences we hope that it may help other Fire Departments in creating what works for them to help bring everyone home safe. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT If you would like to help support us then you can visit us by clicking the link to your favorite social media platform below to Subscribe and be the first to see more of our content! Stay Safe Fire Family and Stay DTFF! JOIN OUR FIRE FAMILY - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/VFFPodcastDTFF/ - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dtffpodcast/?hl=en - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBnJUapYv-APV_vavv_nTLQ/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@downtofightfire - LinedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dtff-the-volunteer-firefighter-podcast-6b8b12199/ WHAT WE HIGHLIGHT IN OUR CONTENT Firefighter Training Firefighter Tactics Firefighter Interviews Firefighter Wellness & Mental Health Leadership Product Reviews Product Discounts CAUSES WE SUPPORT - https://www.StopTheBleed.org/ - Learn how to Stop The Bleed TODAY and get better prepared to save your life and the lives of those around you - HTTP://www.2ndAlarm.org - Firefighter numbers are Down and so 2nd Alarm is ringing the bell to call those brave enough to join us! TOOLS & EQUIPMENT WE LIKE - DISCOUNT CODES - https://ca.motisfirerescue.com/ - Snagger (hose handling) Tool, Wedges, kit pouches and more! MOTIS Discount Code: Use the code DTFF5 to save 5% off your order - https://ignitionusa.us/ - Soft entry tools! SEARAT Discount Code: Use the code DTFF2020 for 20% off your order #DTFFpodcast #DownToFightFire #Firefighting #Volunteer #Firefighter #FireFamily #Firefighters #EMS #Rescue #Fire #Emergency #FireDepartment #FirstResponders #Firedept #FireDepartment #FireHouse #FireRescue #ThinRedLine #FireService #BrotherHood #SisterHood #FireFighterLife #Fireman #VolunteerFirefighter #VolunteerFirefighters #StopTheBleed #StayDTFF
Whether over current events or typical friendship fires, you may experience tension as you encounter different beliefs and strong opinions. In this special extended episode, I talk with Sharon McMahon @sharonsaysso about how to turn confrontations into conversations.In our interview, Sharon discusses:How to approach conflict by asking questions with curiosityWhy tone matters and in-person conversations are preferredWhether the fight is worth havingThe importance of listening to understand"You cannot lose what you do not play"The benefits of having friends with different beliefsWhat boundaries really meanA full transcript of our conversation is available in the 10 for Teens + Tweens Ep. 036 show notes on EmpowerfulGirls.com.
In the busyness of life, if we aren't careful, we can forgot about those we love the most, even our spouse. Marriage requires two people who are fully committed and willing to fight hard to stay in love and grow closer. When suddenly one of the two gets left behind in life or feels abandoned, the marriage can run into serious problems or begin to fall apart. Have you left your spouse behind? How would you know?Join hosts, Travis and Dawn Rosinger, as they share how Travis accidentally left Dawn standing in a grocery store parking lot holding bags of groceries as he drove off with the car. They spend time talking about what that looks like in marriage, how we will know if we have left our spouse behind in life, and what we must do to avoid that from happening. A fun episode with an honest look at the reality of the intensity of life and marriage. Travis and Dawn Rosinger are the Loving The Fight Marriage Podcast Hosts and Authors of the books, Verbalosity - 7 Steps to a Verbally Generous and More Fulfilling Marriage and their newest book, Gripping - What Matters Most | A Life and Relationships That Hold on to YouFor more information about Travis and Dawn Rosinger go to Loving The Fight
The “Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act” amended the Federal Arbitration Act to bar mandatory employment arbitration agreements covering sexual harassment and sexual assault claims. This program will feature Prof. Alexander J.S. Colvin and G. Roger King who testified before Congress as the legislation was being considered (see here and here respectively, for their written testimony). The panel will discuss the new statute, its intended purposes, and its impact more broadly on mandatory employment arbitration. The program will also cover why sexual harassment and assault claims, in particular, have been excluded from mandatory arbitration. Will this exclusion for such claims remain unique under the FAA or will it lead towards a ban on mandatory arbitration for employment claims generally? How does the Act connect to the more general issue of class, collective, and joint action waivers in predispute arbitration, and will the Act impact the mass filing strategy that plaintiff side firms are increasingly using?Featuring:Prof. Alexander J.S. Colvin, Kenneth F. Kahn '69 Dean and Martin F. Scheinman Professor of Conflict Resolution, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell UniversityG. Roger King, Senior Labor and Employment Counsel, HR Policy AssociationModerator: Christopher C. Murray, Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
Conflict is inevitable in the workplace or in any organization when people with different backgrounds and work styles are brought together for a common business purpose. Conflict is part of dealing with humans. So join me and Jonno White to discuss healthy versus toxic conflict and how to manage it when it (inevitably) comes. We cover basic rules of engagement so that conflict does not have to mean destruction. On top of that, you will also learn the importance of setting up proper expectations and communication among people in the company or organization. Also, Jonno has a delightful Aussie accent! To get to know more about Jonno White, you can follow him on: LinkedIn (Jonno's Account) https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonno-white-983486136/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonno-white-983486136/ LinkedIn (Clarity) - https://www.linkedin.com/company/clarity-for-large-enterprises/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Clarity-108805891004575 Twitter - https://www.instagram.com/consultclarity/ You can visit Jonno on his website: https://www.consultclarity.org/ Resources mentioned in the podcast: Blue Ocean Strategy Book https://www.blueoceanstrategy.com/books/blue-ocean-strategy-book/ Step Up or Step Out - How to Deal With Difficult People Even If You Hate Conflict https://www.amazon.com/Step-Up-Out-Difficult-Conflict-ebook/dp/B0925MB4SR Clarity https://store.consultclarity.org/step-up-or-step-out-sales-page-cn17hlpfdisc10 Jonno White TOPIC: Talking About The Perfect Recipe For Conflict 04:53 - 08:50 Rhea Wong TOPIC: Setting Up Proper Expectations and the Importance of Communication 08:56 - 10:20 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nonprofitlowdown/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nonprofitlowdown/support
The cornerstone of Martin Luther King's life is his non-violent struggle and peaceful resolution to every conflict. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., we are applying his 6 principles for non-violent change to relationships today. These are tested and proven principles for driving relationship change! Follow us on social media: Facebook Instagram Pinterest
Grace Free Lutheran Church Maple Grove, MN Philippians 4:1-3 1. When we live in harmony we VIEW CONFLICT WITH GREAT CONCERN. 2. When we live in harmony we APPROACH CONFLICT WITH GREAT CARE. 3. When we live in harmony we RESOLVE CONFLICT WITH GREAT COMMITMENT.
When the earth's population exceeded one, personal conflict between individuals became inevitable. People in families, at work, in neighborhoods and everywhere else can run into conflict with others and it can lead to hard feelings, hurt emotions, and even hateful animosity. So what are the causes of personal conflict between people? What are the cures for these conflicts? Is there a bullet-proof process to follow for conflict resolution between two people who disagree? And does being a Christian sometimes lead to increased conflict with others? We'll answer all these questions in this important series to help everyone learn how to succeed in conquering personal conflict.
The practice of Christian Meditation helps us live with the peace of Christ. Relax to the sounds of running river. Are your words soft or harsh? Meditate on Proverbs 15:1. Find peace and rest during this guided meditation for mind and body with deep breathing, prayer, and scripture. Use these meditations as a bible study in the morning to center yourself on the truth in God's word. For more Bible meditations, download the Abide app: https://abide.co/awesome
How a conversation begins often dictates how ends. Therefore, if you want to make a complaint to your partner, it's imperative to be careful with how you do it. In this new episode of the Dr. Wyatt Show Relationship & Marriage Podcast, I'll walk you through the exact steps to take to maximize it going well. SIGN UP for my FREE newsletter to receive weekly emails on fresh marriage content and discounts here!DOWNLOAD my Keep the Glow app to increase love and decrease conflicts in your relationship. Start with 2 weeks FREE.Download in the App StoreDownload in the Google Play StoreJOIN my Matrimony Membership for instant access to my top three marriage courses, a private community, and live Q & A with me each week. Learn more here! FOLLOW me on social for daily marriage tips!FacebookInstagramYouTube
Moe begins today's show with his 'Moe-ment of Truth," where he condemns today's decision by the Supreme Court striking down a New York gun law that had restricted 'conceal carry.' He is then joined by Jacopo Bencini, who since 2019 works closely with Rondine - Cittadella della Pace, in the role of Campaign and Advocacy Advisor under the wider Leaders for Peace campaign project. The two discuss Rondine and its incredible work. Rondine - Cittadella della Pace, is a non-profit organization based in Tuscany, Italy. Through its restored medieval hamlet 15 minutes by car from Arezzo, it hosts university students coming from conflict and post-conflict areas from all over the world, especially the Caucasus, the Balkans, the Middle East, West Africa, and South America, together with students from all over the Mediterranean and Italy. Rondine's approach is based on a methodology developed over more than twenty years of activity, called the Rondine Method for creative conflict resolution. At the core of the Methodology lies the residential experience, living and sharing rooms with the “enemy”, and the deconstruction of the “enemy” itself as a poisonous concept. Rondine's programs last for one or two years, and – as far as we know – are the longest, globally, in the field of creative peacebuilding. Once back home, all Rondine alumni receive support to implement local impact projects, especially if involving communities from the other side of the border. Rondine's students understood that this very experience could not remain a small, yet successful experiment in the Tuscan countryside and, in December 2018, went to the United Nations in NYC to launch a global campaign, called 'Leaders for Peace.' Through the campaign, Rondine's students asked all 193 UN Governments to invest more in peace education and the teaching of human rights in national school systems. So far, the campaign has been endorsed by Italy, Costa Rica, the European Economic and Social Committee, and Pope Francis. In 2021, Rondine gained the status of special observer at the U.N. Economic and Social Council. In April 2022, a delegation of Rondine was received in NYC by U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, right before his trip to Russia and Ukraine. Rondine is currently opening its horizons overseas and it is looking forward to hosting students from the United States for short residential experiences, building on successful experiences with Canadian universities over past years. Their website is www.rondine.org/en and their Twitter handle is @RondineNobel. Jacopo's handle is @JacopoBencini. Jacopo is an international relations, campaign and advocacy consultant based in Florence, Italy. He has a background in International Relations and several work and research experiences around the world with the European Commission, the African Union Commission, Chatham House, the European Economic and Social Committee, the German Development Institute, and others. He has co-authored studies for the UNFCCC and other intergovernmental institutions. Moreover, he has been Youth Ambassador for the ONE Campaign for three years. You can watch this episode in the following places: Twitter - https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1YpKkZNmrBYxj YouTube - https://youtu.be/A1Nq9fJEXms Facebook - https://fb.watch/dQU6LDt_y8/
Moe begins today's show with his 'Moe-ment of Truth," where he condemns today's decision by the Supreme Court striking down a New York gun law that had restricted 'conceal carry.'He is then joined by Jacopo Bencini, who since 2019 works closely with Rondine - Cittadella della Pace, in the role of Campaign and Advocacy Advisor under the wider Leaders for Peace campaign project. The two discuss Rondine and its incredible work. Rondine - Cittadella della Pace, is a non-profit organization based in Tuscany, Italy. Through its restored medieval hamlet 15 minutes by car from Arezzo, it hosts university students coming from conflict and post-conflict areas from all over the world, especially the Caucasus, the Balkans, the Middle East, West Africa, and South America, together with students from all over the Mediterranean and Italy. Rondine's approach is based on a methodology developed over more than twenty years of activity, called the Rondine Method for creative conflict resolution. At the core of the Methodology lies the residential experience, living and sharing rooms with the “enemy”, and the deconstruction of the “enemy” itself as a poisonous concept. Rondine's programs last for one or two years, and – as far as we know – are the longest, globally, in the field of creative peacebuilding. Once back home, all Rondine alumni receive support to implement local impact projects, especially if involving communities from the other side of the border. Rondine's students understood that this very experience could not remain a small, yet successful experiment in the Tuscan countryside and, in December 2018, went to the United Nations in NYC to launch a global campaign, called 'Leaders for Peace.' Through the campaign, Rondine's students asked all 193 UN Governments to invest more in peace education and the teaching of human rights in national school systems. So far, the campaign has been endorsed by Italy, Costa Rica, the European Economic and Social Committee, and Pope Francis. In 2021, Rondine gained the status of special observer at the U.N. Economic and Social Council.In April 2022, a delegation of Rondine was received in NYC by U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, right before his trip to Russia and Ukraine.Rondine is currently opening its horizons overseas and it is looking forward to hosting students from the United States for short residential experiences, building on successful experiences with Canadian universities over past years.Their website is www.rondine.org/en and their Twitter handle is @RondineNobel. Jacopo's handle is @JacopoBencini.Jacopo is an international relations, campaign and advocacy consultant based in Florence, Italy. He has a background in International Relations and several work and research experiences around the world with the European Commission, the African Union Commission, Chatham House, the European Economic and Social Committee, the German Development Institute, and others. He has co-authored studies for the UNFCCC and other intergovernmental institutions. Moreover, he has been Youth Ambassador for the ONE Campaign for three years.You can watch this episode in the following places:Twitter - https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1YpKkZNmrBYxjYouTube - https://youtu.be/A1Nq9fJEXmsFacebook - https://fb.watch/dQU6LDt_y8/
Paul Hood has written extensively about estate planning for many years – books, articles, and more. Many have been full of insights for professionals. Earlier this year, Paul's book on estate planning geared for lay people was published. Yours, Mine, and Ours – estate planning for people in blended or stepfamilies. Among other topics, Paul covers the common fears that can stop people from starting the estate planning process or get them off track after they start.We also discuss how ongoing conversations can help families and their advisors be more successful in creating and executing estate plans. Learn more about Paul's work, find free resources, and order his books at:https://paulhoodservices.com/ Contact Paul at: email@example.comDo you have comments or suggestions about a topic or guest? An idea or question about conflict management or conflict resolution? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org! And you can learn more about me and my work as a mediator and a Certified CINERGY® Conflict Coach at www.dovetailresolutions.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebeddall/.Enjoy the show for free on your favorite podcast app or on the podcast website: https://craftingsolutionstoconflict.com/And you can follow us on Twitter @conflictsolving.
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Author, rower and mother of two, Bonnie Garmus, joins me to discuss her new book, "Lessons In Chemistry." Purchase "Lessons In Chemistry": https://amzn.to/3xSHkZcSponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline800-273-TALK [800-273-8255]1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433]Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
Judy and Sarah Shoulak takeover the Gapology Radio podcast this week while Mark and Brian are on vacation and discuss the topic of Conflict Resolution! They share their thoughts on this topic through the lens of Gapology, as well as through methods they've developed as part of their "Relatively Speaking" coaching services. *Also, read my thoughts on this topic on our blog! https://www.gapology.org/post/conflict-mediation
Want to resolve conflict more easily in your relationship? Conflict in relationships is unavoidable, but there are healthy ways to move through it to emerge stronger and more connected. Today on the pod I'm thrilled to be talking with Jayson Gaddis, relationship expert, founder of the Relationship School and host of the Relationship school podcast. He is the author of the book, Getting To Zero, How to Work through conflict in your High stakes relationships. He shares how the fastest way to indestructible relationships is to become good at working through conflict, together, and how to do just that.
Conflict Resolution strategies and tactics for small business owners with attorney Christy Foley. As a business owner we often must deal with conflicts of different types, intensity, and significance. Christy shares some valuable insights on how we may be able to resolve or avoid some of the common conflicts we may face in our small business. Christy L. Foley is an attorney, mediator, and arbitrator who has dedicated her professional career to teaching others about conflict resolution, mediation ethics, and e-mediation techniques. She is licensed to practice law in both New York and Florida. She also manages an entertainment and small business law firm in Central Florida called The Law Office of Christy L. Foley, and is the founder and mediator of E-Mediation Services - which facilitates virtual mediations to help people mediate quickly and conveniently. She also currently serves as a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Central Florida. Henry Lopez is the host of The How of Business podcast – helping you start, run and grow your small business. The How of Business is a top-rated podcast for small business and entrepreneurs.
Economic inequality has many negative consequences. But could it also motivate individuals and groups to engage in political violence? A recent research paper titled Poor Prospects—Not Inequality—Motivate Political Violence, in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, claims that it is not static inequalities but the deterioration of an individual's economic prospects that motivates them to engage in political violence. Aarushi Kataria and Atish Padhy examine the paper's claims and theoretical grounding, using other existing literature and approaches in the study of political conflict.Click here to read the paperFollow Aarushi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Aarushi_KatariaFollow Atish on Twitter: https://twitter.com/socratishhCheck out Takshashila's courses: https://school.takshashila.org.in/You can listen to this show and other incredible shows on the new and improved IVM Podcast App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/iosYou can check out our website at https://www.ivmpodcasts.com
Our guest today is Maddy Scholar, a Certified Firearms Instructor, Sheriff Deputy, MMA practitioner, and a SCUBA rescue and recovery diver and instructor. Maddy also holds a Master's Degree in Peace and Conflict Resolution and is the founder of the faith-based firearm training organization, the Red Letter Project. You can learn about the Red Letter Project and what they have to offer by going to theredletterproject.com. You can also follow Maddy and her work with the Red Letter Project by following her on Instagram @redletterproject.maddy. On today's show, Ashley and Maddy talk about the vision behind the Red Letter Project, empowering women with tactical knowledge, faith, firearms, her background, and more. Reborn is an IRONCLAD original series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Putting yourself in the shoes of the person you are in conflict with can provide valuable insights. It's a key feature of the CINERGY conflict coaching model. Cinnie Noble, creator of the model, was my guest on Episode 69, published on April 22, 2020. Listen wherever you get your podcasts or here: https://bit.ly/2xtYMIl. In two recent instances, coaching clients discovered, by putting themselves in the shoes of the other person in the conflict, that the client and the other person faced the same systemic challenge. The other person wasn't at fault at all. Do you have comments or suggestions about a topic or guest? An idea or question about conflict management or conflict resolution? Let me know at email@example.com! And you can learn more about me and my work as a mediator and a Certified CINERGY® Conflict Coach at www.dovetailresolutions.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebeddall/.Enjoy the show for free on your favorite podcast app or on the podcast website: https://craftingsolutionstoconflict.com/And you can follow us on Twitter @conflictsolving.
Kristine Scott is the owner/CEO of Seattle Conflict Resolution and is a conflict "resolutionary" who trains indivuduals and groups to handle conflict. She teaches people to reach in, not freak out, during an interpersonal emotional encounter. Kristine has a unique knowledge that she shares with us to help de-escalate ourselves before engaging others. She offers tools to help allow space in conflict to reach a mutual resolution without resentment. Kristine can be found on her website Seattleconflictresolution.com
Are you a peace faker? Peace breaker? Peacemaker? In a world full of turmoil and conflict on every hand, we are called by God to be peacemakers. How can we become people who view conflicts as opportunities, not accidents? The Peacemaker, by Ken Sande offers us some keen insights on these questions. This summer, join the EE Book Club as we read and discuss this book, wrestling with the big ideas and discussing how we can be stewards of peace. This week, Stephanie Meter and Heatherly Sylvia join Lisa as we kick off this new series.
What is one of the most difficult issues plaguing marriages today? What type of intimacy is missing in many marriages? What can the power of the word "No" do for you and your marriage? Sometimes the best answers to questions like these come from those who had to find solutions in the midst of a commitment of refusing to walk away and give up. Join hosts, Travis and Dawn Rosinger, as they interview Todd, from Agape Pastoral Services, and his wife Jodi. In this episode, Travis and Dawn get a chance to dig down into what has kept Todd and Jodi's marriage strong over 35 years. They also hear how there was a unique marriage issue in their relationship that they had to deal with to be able to move forward and get stronger as a couple. Todd is an experienced champion for helping marriages that are hurting, coaching ones that are strong to get stronger, and also providing the knowledge and training needed for those couples who are about to get married through his premarital services. This is such a fun episode and a chance to find out new, wisdom-filled ways to grow the love you have for your spouse. Be sure to listen to this one! For more information about Todd and Agape Pastoral Services - https://agapepastoralservices.com/ Travis and Dawn Rosinger are the Loving The Fight Marriage Podcast Hosts and Authors of the books, Verbalosity - 7 Steps to a Verbally Generous and More Fulfilling Marriage and their newest book, Gripping - What Matters Most | A Life and Relationships That Hold on to YouFor more information about Travis and Dawn Rosinger go to Loving The Fight
Alice Sheldon is the author of ‘Why Weren't We Taught This at School?' and the founder of Needs Understanding, an approach for finding creative solutions and building relationships at home and at work. I love how Alice shares practical tools and stories to bring to life some of the principles of Nonviolent Communication. She also coaches me through an example of an organisation where there is a tension between two groups: those who are enthusiastic about self-management and those sceptical about it. A great episode if you want to upgrade your self-awareness and communication skills. Resources: The Needs Understanding website www.needs-understanding.com Alice's book, ‘Why Weren't We Taught This at School?' The needs list PDF we mention (and other useful lists)
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episodeWhen our kids are being moody and dramatic, we tend to just roll our eyes and chalk up their behavior to hormones. We know their bodies and brains are changing…so they're going to have some growing pains! But when we say the word “hormones”, do we know what it really means? Beyond just affecting our kids' emotions and physical development, how do these chemicals really work within our teens' bodies as they evolve from kids to adults?To understand how hormones affect our teens, we'll have to go way back…all the way back to conception! Hormones have been affecting our kids since they were little more than a fertilized egg. Understanding how hormones act on the mind and body throughout the human lifespan can help us understand what's going on during the teens years–and why teens can be so angry, sad, confused and angsty!To help us get to the bottom of all the hormonal changes, we're talking to Dr. Louann Brizendine, author of both The Female Brain and The Male Brain. Louann is an endowed professor of clinical psychology at the University of California, San Francisco, where she also founded the Women's Mood and Hormone Clinic. She's dedicated her life to studying how hormones change human behavior, thoughts and emotions.In our interview, Louann is helping us understand our kids' hormonal timeline, from the womb to adulthood. We're also discussing the difference between female and male social behavior during the teen years, and how hormones can cause simple conflicts to escalate into intense arguments with teens.Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode
Building a Godly Home Building Block #6: Conflict Resolution Proverbs 10:12; Philippians 2:1-4 To resolve conflict biblically: 1. We must understand the origin of conflict. 2. We must weigh the options of dealing with conflict. 3. We must consider the other person's perspective of the conflict.
Jared Laskey of Gen X and Levi Naeve of Gen Z have an intergenerational discussion on current events in the news, a scriptural Q and A and insight on life matters. Roe vs. Wade, SCOTUS leak, wisdom for friendships, hearing God and more is discussed on this conversation. We'd like to ask you to text this episode to a teenager or young adult that you know and bless their questions and spiritual journey. Thank you so much. Go to https://firebornministries.com/ to receive a free download on studying the Scripture with the Holy Spirit.
Lina Khan's leadership of the US Federal Trade Commission has come under fire recently, with surveys suggesting the agency's regulatory force of 1,100 staffers is particularly unhappy. But is the disquiet simply the result of institutional reluctant to embrace new directions? Or is there more to it? MLex reporters have investigated the issue. Also on today's podcast: The mechanism designed to bring privacy regulators in different EU jurisdictions to the negotiating table when they disagree on privacy enforcement. While the mechanism under the EU's General Data Protection Regulation hasn't been used much, there are already suggestions the system may be facing challenging times ahead.
Juliana Schroeder is an award-winning professor in the Management of Organizations group at the Haas School of Business. She is a faculty affiliate in the Social Psychology Department, the Cognition Department, and the Center for Human-Compatible AI at UC Berkeley. She teaches the Negotiations and Conflict Resolution course at Haas. She joins me on episode […] The post 350: Juliana Schroeder | Decision-Making, Social Judgment, And Mind Perception appeared first on The Armen Show.
No one enjoys conflict. It steals our joy and disrupts our relationships, but God has provided a guide to resolve our difference and reveal blessings and benefits we could never imagine! Brian Noble has spent over a thousand hours helping Christians navigate conflict and has key insights for you! Bring your troubled relationship questions and find the Biblical road to resolution.
In a recent blog post, Seth Godin riffed on Interested vs. Interesting. In short, we are all interesting in our own way. That doesn't necessarily mean that other people are interested in what we have to offer. Granted. Then I viewed the post through the lens of handling conflict better. One suggestion that comes up in preventing and resolving negative conflicts is to adopt curiosity. In other words, be genuinely interested in other people's perspectives. Especially if their perspective is different from ours. It is a challenge. No doubt. But we can learn and when we learn, we can more easily find common ground. Now, “interesting”? When in doubt, talk less and listen more. It's funny how people may find someone interesting and a great conversationalist if they don't dominate the conversation.Do you have comments or suggestions about a topic or guest? An idea or question about conflict management or conflict resolution? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org! And you can learn more about me and my work as a mediator and a Certified CINERGY® Conflict Coach at www.dovetailresolutions.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebeddall/.Enjoy the show for free on your favorite podcast app or on the podcast website: https://craftingsolutionstoconflict.com/And you can follow us on Twitter @conflictsolving.
I Love My Spouse But My Marriage and Life Are Boring! What Do I Do? This isn't just a question, for many people it's their life and marriage. It's their reality. Everything in their marriage and life are predictable and rarely does anything new, exciting or fun happen. Their spouse just doesn't want to get up and get moving. Let's face it. Even the best marriages run the risk of getting into a rut and falling into the trap of just existing and failing to keep their marriage alive and eventful.Join hosts, Travis and Dawn Rosinger, as they discuss the very real reality of marriages and lives that become boring and predictable. They share key solutions on how to spice things up and turn the marriage ship around to get it heading in the direction of a beautiful life and destination!! This is not only an episode you're going to want to listen to with your spouse, but it's shareable!! Travis and Dawn Rosinger are the Loving The Fight Marriage Podcast Hosts and Authors of the books, Verbalosity - 7 Steps to a Verbally Generous and More Fulfilling Marriage and their newest book, Gripping - What Matters Most | A Life and Relationships That Hold on to YouFor more information about Travis and Dawn Rosinger go to Loving The Fight
Jerry is a conflict resolution coach who helps Asian-American leaders advance in their career and life journeys. Having taken on several pharmacy leadership roles, Jerry started coaching in 2017 to help other Asian-American professionals deal with the conflict they encounter at work, with their culture, and within themselves. Prior to starting his coaching business, Jerry served as a pharmacist and began facilitating leadership workshops in 2012. Today, Jerry offers a range of coaching services, which includes individual coaching, group workshops, and keynote presentations. To learn more, you can visit https://www.adaptingleaders.com. leveluptribes.com
Tanner Jones, your host and Vice President of Business Development at Consultwebs, welcomes you to another episode of the LAWsome Podcast by Consultwebs. In today's episode, Tanner is accompanied by Kelly Keller, the founder & president of The Keller Law Firm. Her practice focuses on a broad range of domestic and international property issues, technology transactions and internet law. Kelly has been practicing for nearly two decades and has represented clients across a broad range of industries. Key Takeaways: 00:19 Introduction 01:01 Most common factors that cause conflict with clients 05:51 Steps to avoid disagreements in business 08:00 How attorneys can clarify the client's assumptions 10:35 Constructing the best fee agreements 14:12 More best practices for clear attorney-client communication 15:10 The prospect's research process when hiring law firms 19:40 Conflicts with clients law firms should avoid 21:40 Selecting the clients that match your firm's expertise 23:27 How to tell clients their case is not a fit for the firm 25:50 Legal communication strategies to avoid conflict 28:26 Dealing with disputes in a professional manner 31:13 Last thoughts on conflict. Best way to contact Kelly Keller: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelleykeller/ email@example.com Discover More About the Podcast and Consultwebs: Subscribe to the LAWsome Podcast by Consultwebs on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify Visit the LAWsome website Follow Consultwebs on social media for legal marketing updates: Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin YouTube Learn more about Consultwebs at the links below. Law Firm Marketing Agency Services Law Firm SEO Law Firm Web Design Law Firm PPC Law Firm Social Media Law Firm Email Marketing Law Firm Digital Marketing Consultwebs 8601 Six Forks Rd #400, Raleigh, NC 27615 (800) 872-6590 https://www.consultwebs.com https://www.google.com/maps?cid=13646648339910389351
Everyone knows what a conflict looks like. Yelling, arguing, cold shoulders, furrowed eyebrows. Yet, Christians know that different conflicts have different shapes. As we approach Scripture, God instructs different approaches to certain conflicts rather than others. How can we discern between different conflicts we may see in the church? In this week's episode of the Biblical Counseling Podcast, Pastor Jeff Christianson and Jennie Christianson overview three types of conflict biblical counselors will face. PS: From time to time, we rebroadcast the most popular/favorite episodes. We hope you enjoy this podcast! ---- Want to dive deeper into the topic of Conflict Resolution? Check out BiblicalCounselingAcademy.com.
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episodeWe all have conflicts with our kids. Whether it's over something big like their college major or something as small as what they'll eat for breakfast, disagreement is natural. As teens grow into independent thinkers, there's bound to be some tension in your house. But when your discussions keep turning into a screaming match and doors start slamming left and right…you might find yourself left wondering, is there a better way??It turns out, disputes with teens don't have to feel like emotional warfare! With better tools, we can take the friction between us and our teens and turn it into something productive. Although it's not easy to keep your cool when teens push your buttons, there are some things we can do to avoid escalating the conversation into a toxic argument! If we can bring the right energy to these quarrels, we can create a more peaceful home and strengthen our bonds with teens along the way.To help us solve our squabbles in a healthy way, we're talking to Gabe Karp, author of Don't Get Mad at Penguins: And Other Ways to Detox the Conflict in Your Life and Business. Gabe's trial lawyer who later joined a small tech start up and helped turn it into one of the biggest companies in the world! As a venture capitalist, he's negotiated multi-million dollar deals. A powerful businessman and a parent, Gabe knows just how much our conflicts can drag us down if we don't find healthy ways to handle them.In the episode, we're discussing why clashes with teens are a natural part of life, and how you can tackle them in a productive, nontoxic way! Plus, Gabe explains how you can use a “shopping list” voice to keep a conflict from escalating, and why sharing your own experiences with teens can help them feel understood.Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode
Have you ever had a client or employee completely shut down or get really angry with you about a situation and you had no idea why?It happens more often that it should but often times it is a miscommunication of goals and expectations. Then our personalities and past experiences come into play and cast a lens on the situation and how we all respond. Our motivators then take over as we try to navigate that conflict.Wouldn't it be helpful if we knew what motivated people? What if we knew how to get the best out of our team and set them up for success? What if we could figure out how to deescalate a situation by understanding how the other person saw things?In today's podcast episode, we speak with Andy Lamb, founder of BatLamb Co, about the Enneagram and how to use it for conflict resolution as well as setting up our employees for success. Andy works at a university a Andy talks about:• What the enneagram is• How to use the enneagram to improve company culture• Why knowing people's motivators is important for good communication • How to resolve conflict by listening more
This week our topic is the Peace Energy and today's Connection Thursday we discuss the connection to the Purple Zone Energy and Peace. Every human is programmed into their Habitual State to serve the tribe they were born into. This begins the life journey that is shrouded in conflict and stress. There is an escape from this thru Stress Mastery. Listen in and learn the simple process of Conflict-Resolution. ________________________________________________________ Join The Stress Mastery Community today for FREE! Click here to register HERE! Love the show? Tweet me a shoutout at: @Billcortright Want to sponsor episodes of The Stress Mastery Podcast? Email Bill at : Bill@livingrightwithbillcortright.com Mentioned in this show: Join the private Facebook Group: The Stress Mastery Podcast Subscription/SocialLinks: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe to the The Stress Mastery Mailing List Watch on Youtube www.livingrightwithbillcortright.com Instagram: @livingrightwithbillcortright Facebook at Bill Cortright STAY INSPIRED!
Couples coach Lane Allison talks about conflict resolution, relationships and intimacy in this episode. She explains different approaches for how to resolve conflicts with your partner(s). Shaun and Lane open up about previous relationships, cheating, and choosing between taking breaks or breaking up. What you'll learn (or why you should care): Practical techniques for de-escalating conflicts with your partner(s) What to do if you think you are being cheated on How to keep a long-distance relationship healthy and fun Where to find Ilana: Lane on Instagram Lane on Tik Tok Book a session Join The Lovebird Club A private community for those who value love, trust, and intimacy. Group support and weekly calls. For contributing lovebirds only: https://thelovedrive.com/thelovebirdclub Learn more about The Love Drive Website https://thelovedrive.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive Newsletter https://thelovedrive.com/newsletter