If you're not earning what you need or desire, chances are you're underearning. In this episode, packed with step-by-step advice, Barbara Huson explains resistance to our own earning potential and how to overcome it.
After receiving several messages about how to have difficult conversations with difficult people, it was time to dive in! As a reminder, only 2 more episodes remain for the year! The last 2 weeks of December will be episode-free to support some vacation time! Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Disclaimer: Thoughts, opinions, and statements made on this podcast are not a reflection of the thoughts, opinions, and statements of the Company Traci Rubin is actively employed by. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hrtraci/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hrtraci/support
In October I had the privilege of being interviewed by Victoria Boler for her podcast Elemental Conversations. We discussed three main areas: 1. How to ask for help 2. How to have conversations with parents 3. How to have difficult conversations with parents I hope you enjoy our conversation and a special thank you to Victoria for allowing me to share our talk on the Afternoon Ti podcast. If you haven't checked out her work, I highly recommend that you do! Victoria is thoughtful, thorough and knowledgeable about how to teach music to elementary students. Victoria's Links: Victoria Boler Website Instagram: @victoriaboler YouTube Channel Jessica's Links: Jessica Grant Website Instagram: @highafternoonti
Tis the season for the holidays and for some that means, family drama. You were fine all year long but now “they” will be coming for the holidays and you may have to finally discuss what you've been trying to avoid. Tune in to discover the best ways to address your concerns and how to lead difficult conversations.
Today's episode of the Faculty Factory is a “Best of” show that includes highlights from past interviews of our show about navigating tough conversations. Today's “Best of” show includes highlights from the following episodes: Episode 79 – Managing Difficult Issues with Charles G. Irvin, Ph.D., DE, ATSF, FERS (Faculty Factory Snippet No. 29) Episode 75 – How to Handle Conflict with Dave Yousem, MD, MBA (Faculty Factory Snippet No. 25) Episode 72 – The Art of Navigating a Difficult Conversation with Dave Yousem, MD, MBA (Faculty Factory Snippet No. 22) Episode 46 – Prioritizing and the Art of Saying No with Jennifer Haythornthwaite, PhD (Faculty Factory Snippet No. 1) Interested in hearing the full conversations from any of these episodes? Click on the links above to explore each episode in-depth. You can also visit our website to learn more: https://facultyfactory.org/
“I've got this simple mantra: I refuse to listen to problems or issues, but I'll listen to opportunities and challenges.” In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, we speak to Angus McPherson, Managing Director Australia of Diageo, on creating momentum, difficult conversations, and simplifying your message.
Do you compare yourself to more successful coaches? Do you wonder if others question your credibility? Michael Port explains why that is counterproductive. He also gives tips on how you can gain confidence in your credibility and market your business.
Thanksgiving dinner can bring tension alongside turkey and this year may feel especially stressful given a highly polarizing political environment. Dr. Consuelo Amat, an expert in peace building at the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins, talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about some ground rules for peace-building and dialogue, and how to meaningfully engage in difficult conversations with people we love.
The wheels of justice move so slowly, and evil seems to never rest. Ours is the era of deception, and the wars prove it. They pacify us easily by allowing small wins. Arise and awaken to the massive confusion. Epstein's creator sitting pretty in Ohio. Russell Brand speaks. Ukraine fakery and the true heart of the conflict. Don't worry, it's just a stage. What will truly stir up Americans? A cosmic story and the land of the Lotus eaters. Ancient documents dates and numbers. Forty men in 12 ships and the perils of Ulysses. The true journey of man. A cyclops, deep caves, tattooed eyes, underworld gods, cannabalism, boiling seas, shipwrecks and the great return. Those who refuse the light may be force fed treason. We will fight with our words as swords, and with the full armor of God for protection. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this solo episode of UB, I discuss how to have difficult conversations without feeling extreme anxiety. You can do this in just 6 steps!! “When we avoid difficult conversations, we trade short-term discomfort for long-term dysfunction” - Peter Bramberg I discuss: 6 steps to set you up for success when having a difficult conversation with someone -Why difficult convos are necessary A mindset switch you need to make to todayThe one thing you're probably not doing before having difficult convos which is a total GAME CHANGER (hint - it's step 1)1 manifestation tip for getting the outcome you want from the convo+ SO much more! I appreciate your time/energy, and I'm so excited to learn and grow with you! Follow me over on TikTok to gain more resources to support your inner work journey! Tiktok: @christinaadelgado_ https://www.tiktok.com/@christinaadelgado_ Interested in working together? Book a Clarity Call + Join the IYP WAITLIST https://stan.store/christinaadelgado_ Tag UB and let us know how you're listening to the show today!Instagram: @unbreakablybold https://www.instagram.com/unbreakablybold/ We love giving unsolicited advice around here - Ask ANONYMOUS Questions//Get Advice: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdj6AGeXMNqeh3_F-v6fbRCuCkEg5JBrU04A4l8ClSYbpx3EQ/viewform?usp=sf_link Did you enjoy this episode? Don't be shy, leave a review - You can help the show grow and get put in front of other beautiful people, like yourself!
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Welcome back friends!The goal of this episode is to show you how to keep your cool and keep the Lord first this holiday season. Well-meaning people will say triggering things, and we want to encourage you with helpful ways to navigate those difficult situations and remove yourself from the conversation when you need to.Let the Holy Spirit fill your hearts & minds with peace this holiday season. We love you and hope this episode will help encourage you! You are not alone!Episode Highlights: Tips on what to say and how to end triggering conversationsDrawing BoundariesRemoving yourself from the conversationFind More on Purpose Beyond Motherhood and Twelve 12 Ministries :Twelve 12 Ministries WebsiteIG Handle: @twelve12ministriesFacebook: @twelve12ministriesEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgText: (682) 328-0515
Request A Customized Workshop For Your Company In this episode, Patrice Washington, Founder of Redefining Wealth and Podcast Host, discusses how to have difficult conversations about money. Follow Kwame Christian on LinkedIn Follow Patrice on LinkedIn Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! Click here to buy your copy of Finding Confidence in Conflict: How to Negotiate Anything and Live Your Best Life!
37. Mastering Difficult Conversations Today's episode is focused on mastering difficult conversations. Although it is difficult to have these conversations, it is part of your role, and you are doing what is right for your team and the company. Your team is seeing the lack of performance just as much as you are. Your management is watching to ensure that you are going to handle the issue. Have the courage to hold people accountable, but also remember to have compassion for the person going through it. Most of the time the anticipation of having the conversation is way worse than the actual conversation itself. Just like sitting in traffic, you just need to have the patience to wait, plan out your conversation, go forward and make it happen. The only way to get through difficult conversations is not going around it but going through it. You will be able to both move forward and reach a great outcome. The art of having difficult conversations should always be about creating a win-win situation for all involved. Even if it's not the outcome you originally planned for. In this episode: Is there an art to having difficult conversations? How do you prepare for a difficult conversation? What are all the things that you need to say? How can you say it to help them receive it in the best way? What objections will they have that you can address proactively? What questions can you ask to better understand the situation? What do you think you may be assuming that could be wrong? Do you understand really why they're struggling? What if you assume that they are doing their best, but something is holding them back? Is there something going on in their personal life? Do they need more support from you or additional? Why do some people avoid conflict while others seem to thrive on it? Does it have to do with their personality style, and/or confidence level? What if the person's in the wrong job for them based on their style and strengths? What would you do if someone stated in front of a room of people that you and or your team didn't do what was expected on something? Today's episode is sponsored by: The Choose Your Life Challenge at https://www.theoppositeofsmalltalk.com/challenge Use the promo code - Challenge4 for a 20% discount to the program and live a more intentional life! Thank you for listening to The Visibility Factor Podcast Check out my website to order my book and view the videos/resources for The Visibility Factor book. As always, I encourage you to reach out! You can email me at email@example.com. You can also find me on social media everywhere – Facebook, LinkedIn, and of course on The Visibility Factor Podcast! I look forward to connecting with you! If you liked The Visibility Factor, I would be so grateful if you could subscribe and rate it where you listen to podcasts! It helps the podcast get in front of more people who can learn how to be visible too! Thank you to the team at Sheep Jam Productions for the amazing support of The Visibility Factor Podcast!
A difficult conversation is often the one thing standing in the way between you and greater connection. Many of us have a hard time with these conversations because we don't have the tools to navigate all of the emotions that arise when we feel vulnerable. In this episode, we're discussing how to have these prickly conversations Join us as we discuss how to navigate a conversation when you need to talk about topics charged with negative emotions. Today's episode is sponsored by Manscaped: Get 20% OFF on all items + Free Shipping with promo code GMGD at MANSCAPED.com! Take the Attachment Style Quiz! Watch this ep on YouTube - Connect with us - Join the private Facebook community Take our "Building Better Relationships" course Take our "Healing Your Shame" course Instagram GayMenGoingDeeper.com Patreon
In this episode, consultant and executive coach Danny Ceballos talks about navigating value differences between coaches and clients. It's not always necessary to agree, but how can we gracefully handle differences? When should we ignore and when should we explore?
"Hey, we need to talk..." -- if these words scare you, trust that you're not alone! Whether we're dealing with an underperforming employee, upset with our spouse, or facing issues with a difficult client, we attempt to avoid difficult conversations every day. Healthy relationships are built around communication and transparency, so learning how to navigate tough conversations with less stress and more success can help optimize our relationships. Today we're talking to Sheila Heen, professor at Harvard Law School and author of one of the most popular psychology books ever created, Difficult Conversations. In the book, Sheila outlines how to navigate tense and emotionally-charged conversations, something we all have to deal with in our lives at one point or another. Tune in to learn the three layers of difficult conversations and how to overcome each one of them, as well as the benefit of telling a third story to start your discussions off on the right foot. You'll also learn how to enhance the skill of receiving feedback by understanding the common initial reactions we all have when receiving negative feedback and how to deal with them in a positive way. Topics Include: - Getting involved in the Harvard Negotiation Project - Writing Difficult Conversations - How has Difficult Conversations been used since its publication? - Why did she write Thanks For The Feedback? - What is a difficult conversation? - Why do we avoid difficult conversations? - The danger of avoiding difficult conversations - Three layers of difficult conversations - Lessening blame and accusatory language - Exploring our emotional patterns - Anger is a secondary feeling - Reducing angry reactivity - Naming emotions vs. being emotional - Starting from the third story - Why do we have an issue receiving negative feedback? - Different types of triggers - Traits of people who are highly sensitive to feedback - Dealing with triggers and reactions - And other topics… Sheila Heen is a founder of Triad Consulting Group, a consulting firm dedicated to helping companies of all sizes improve their leadership, collaboration, and conflict management skills. Her clients include BAE Systems, HSBC, the Federal Reserve Bank, Merck, and the Bank of South Africa. She has spent 20 years with the Harvard Negotiation Project and she is the author of two bestselling books, Difficult Conversations and Thanks For The Feedback. Resources Mentioned: Triad Consulting Group: https://www.triadconsultinggroup.com/team/sheila-heen Sheila's Books: https://www.stoneandheen.com/ Sheila's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheila-heen-b8a59a6/ Sponsored By: More About Young and Profiting Download Transcripts - youngandprofiting.com Get Sponsorship Deals - youngandprofiting.com/sponsorships Leave a Review - ratethispodcast.com/yap Watch Videos - youtube.com/c/YoungandProfiting Follow Hala Taha LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Instagram - instagram.com/yapwithhala/ TikTok - tiktok.com/@yapwithhala Twitter - twitter.com/yapwithhala Learn more about YAP Media Agency Services - yapmedia.io/ Join Hala's LinkedIn Masterclass - yapmedia.io/course Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson and her guests debate a much anticipated change to an outdated German law that would allow Americans and other non-EU nationals who live in Germany to keep their original citizenship if they choose to become Germans. But will the updated law lessen the hurdles to German citizenship?This week's guests are:Immigration lawyer Julie Schaefer, whose practice is in Dusseldorf;20 Percent Berlin co-founder Andrew BulkeleyBusiness and international relations journalist Ekrem Ekici Also featuring Peter Wägemann, Claudia Tessier and Elyzabeth Simpson.Produced by Dina Elsayed
How to handle those difficult conversations around wigs and hair loss.Ann Fox and Joanne Atkinson both join me for this touching discussion around their incredible work with the My New Hair charity. Ann's Mum died of lung cancer when she was 18, and this spurred her on to work in nursing.Similarly Joanne has spent 35 years in cancer care and has a PHD in end of life care after a friend died of leukaemia. They were shocked to find that although they strive to give their patients the best possible care, the aftercare they received when it came to procuring a wig was severely lacking.The ladies decided to get involved in the L'Oreal My New Hair programme, along with Trevor Sorbie, to help educate hairdressers in how best to help cancer patients get a better standard of care and service. They have produced a toolkit to help patients to get a suitable wig and be able to have it fitted and customised.You can contact the charity for leaflets, resources, templates and information for fundraising and support.WebsiteInstagram Connect with Hair therapy: Facebook Instagram Twitter Clubhouse- @Hair.Therapy Donate towards the podcast Start your own podcast
In this episode, Marcus, former NFL player, and Jessica Trufant, lifestyle blogger, discusses how to have difficult conversations that benefit your business and romantic life. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Trufant Family Foundation Truly Unruly Podcast Truly Unruly Instagram Page Follow Kwame on LinkedIn Kwame Christian with Marcus and Jessica Trufant
In today's conversation, I am joined by Dr. Tessa Misiaszek, coauthor of Branding That Means Business. Tessa is an instructor with Harvard Professional Development Programs, as well as a Professor at Hult International Business School. She brings extensive experience developing human capital strategies to improve business communications. Previously she served as CEO of Empathetics, Inc. – a company that developed empathic communications training for healthcare professionals, and she is currently the Head of Research for Korn Ferry. She is also one of the hosts of The Happy At Work Podcast, which I was honored to be a guest on recently discussing my book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You. Today, Tessa is here discussing her new book, Branding that Means Business, which she co-authored with Matt Johnson, who was on the show two weeks ago talking about the customer side of branding. Today, Tessa and I look a little more on the employee side of things and how much that matters for brands. Listen in to learn more. Show Notes: [00:43] In today's conversation, I am joined by Dr. Tessa Misiaszek, coauthor of Branding That Means Business. [02:41] Tessa shares about herself and the work she does. [04:06] Tessa met Matt in England and they had an argument about empathy. [06:06] Her debate with Matt was if empathy had a scaling issue and if empathy can deplete you as a person. [08:13] Tips for working with a co-author? If you go into business or create a start-up with a partner it is like a marriage. If it goes bad, it can go really bad. You want to make sure you have the right partner at the onset. [11:04] Today we are going to talk about the internal functioning of marketing, branding, and culture. [11:45] The function of marketing is value creation. [13:45] A brand is not marketing. A brand is an asset to your marketing strategy. [16:17] Authenticity needs to tie through everything and the outward messaging to customers matters. [18:41] At the end of the day it is the transparency that builds trust and once consumers have trust that you are doing what you say you are they are more likely to be loyal and forgiving if something happens. [22:05] The more empathy you can have for the way that your consumers live their lives and think about how your product and service are integrated into the way they live their lives that will allow you to build a more authentic brand connected to them. [23:42] Brand is really the great differentiator today. [26:42] Empathizing with the customers is crucial. [29:00] As a brand you can't be all things to all people so don't try to be. [29:49] Companies are only as good as the people that run them. Being able to really connect that purpose to the employee organization and culture that you develop within the company is very important. [31:50] Mission and values are just the beginning. Next, you have to think about the infrastructure and operations. [33:54] Zappos worked on creating and building a culture that really engaged the employees and then delivered on that and drive everything about the company. [35:28] Melina shares Zappos' ten core values. Tessa recommends that start-ups start with five unique authentic values. [37:14] If we all say we have the best service then nobody has the best service unless you are really living that. It is not enough to just say it, you have to show it. [40:09] Values are not just words on a board. You have to think about how these values will evolve over time. To stay true to that as a company you have to continue to innovate based on those values. [42:50] There should be an inventory once a year of company values. [44:35] Tessa's podcast Happy At Work talks about organizational culture, employee engagement, and how to create a positive workplace environment. [45:09] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [46:03] Your brand promise may not be the same as your core values...and even if you don't have something written out anywhere (yet) or aren't really living those days in and day out (yet) consider this an opportunity to look at those and see how you can be doing better. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! Learn and support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: Branding That Means Business, by Matt Johnson and Tessa Misiaszek Blindsight, by Matt Johnson and Prince Ghuman What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You, by Melina Palmer The Speed of Trust, by Stephen M.R. Covey Delivering Happiness, by Tony Hsieh Connect with Tessa: Tessa on LinkedIn Tessa on Twitter The Happy At Work Podcast Top Recommended Next Episode: Branding That Means Business with Matt Johnson (episode 231) Already Heard That One? Try These: Neuroscience and Psychology in the Business World, An Interview with Matt Johnson (episode 160) Why We Like the Things We Like, with Prince Ghuman, coauthor of Blindsight (episode 172) Introducing Kwame Christian and How to Use the Compassionate Curiosity Framework for Difficult Conversations (episode 107) What is Value? (episode 234) How to create a brainy brand (episode 230) That Time I Went Viral… with Dr. Daniel Crosby (episode 212) Reciprocity (episode 23) The Speed and Economics of Trust, an Interview with Stephen M.R. Covey (episode 148) IKEA Effect (episode 112) The Power of Us with Dr. Dominic Packer (episode 178) Bikeshedding (episode 99) Time Discounting (episode 51) Other Important Links: Brainy Bites - Melina's LinkedIn Newsletter Korn Ferry Empathy Company Zappos 10 Core Values Embracing Change: Melina's Episode on The Happy At Work Podcast Automatic Effects of Brand Exposure on Motivated Behavior: How Apple Makes You “Think Different”
Racial Conflict Resolution and Cancel Culture (Kanye Case Study) - A snippet taken from Our October Conversation with Kwame Christian!Kwame Christian is the founder and Managing Director of the American Negotiation Institute. He's also a multi-faceted person: a TEDx Speaker, a podcast host, 2x Best selling author and one of LinkedIn Learning's most popular instructors.Watch the Full Live Q&A on YouTube here.Now, he's putting his life's work into a new book that teaches its title: How to have Difficult Conversations about Race: Practical Tools for Necessary Change in the Workplace. Kwame joins Adrian about the significance of this, and how everyone can employ his Compassionate Curiosity framework to not think about racial conversations, but how to approach them constructively.Join the conversation as we discuss Kwame Christian's new book and learn how we can create a more equitable workplace.Listen to his Linkedin backed podcast, "Negotiate Anything".Watch or listen to more content from The Sound of Accra Podcast: https://lnkd.in/dQKWdJpSOCIAL MEDIAYouTube: https://youtube.com/thesoundofaccrapodcastWebsite: https://thesoundofaccra.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesoundofaccra/Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesoundofaccraFacebook: https://web.facebook.com/thesoundofaccraLinkedin: https://gh.linkedin.com/company/the-sound-of-accraLISTEN TO OTHER EPISODES WITH KWAME CHRISTIAN BELOWhttps://youtu.be/xl4upjTB438Support the showLISTEN TO MORE EPISODES BELOWhttps://linktr.ee/thesoundofaccrapodSupport the showLISTEN TO MORE EPISODES BELOWhttps://linktr.ee/thesoundofaccrapod
It can not only be difficult but completely terrifying to put yourself out there and market with vulnerability. Fortunately, Michelle Kopper, leading voice expert has a ton of experience, ideas and techniques to help you get there.
Today's episode of the Balance Boldly Podcast is a double hitter! Naketa Ren Thigpen sits down with two women who are having a difficult conversation, shifting the dehumanizing conversation of systemic racism from one that tells lies to one that supports the people disproportionately affected. Dr. Eleonora Bartoli and Dr. Ali Michael are heart centered professionals who are NOT OKAY with white people being at the top of the racial hierarchy. They are teaching other white people how to lean in and understand how powerful it is to listen, speak up, take feedback, and know when to break the unspoken rules that keep people from their empathetic humanity. What to expect in today's BBP episode:-Why it's important to do antiracism work now-The link between difficult conversations and unlearning-What you can learn from writing someone else's life story-The importance of having a support system that's willing to walk a new path with you-How recognizing your inner resilience is only one ingredient in the pie of success-Why you can't compare or compete with another person or culture's pain-How racial conversations with someone who has a white identity can add value More about the AuthorsAbout the Authors: ALI MICHAEL: pronunciation: ALI (Alee) Michael (no S) - as the Co-Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators, Ali Michael, Ph.D. works with schools and organizations across the country to help make research on race, Whiteness, and education more accessible and relevant to educators. Ali is the author of Raising Race Questions: Whiteness, Inquiry and Education, winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award. She is a member of a multiracial editorial team and sits on the editorial board of the journal Whiteness and Education. Her article, What do White Children Need to Know About Race?, co-authored with Dr. Eleonora Bartoli in Independent Schools Magazine, won the Association and Media Publishing Gold Award for Best Feature Article in 2014. When she is not writing, speaking, or training, Ali is striving to be an antiracist co-parent to two amazing kids. Her writing and speeches are available at alimichael.org. ELEONORA BARTOLI, PH.D. pronunciation: Elee-uh-nor-uh (pronounced every vowel) - Bart-oh-lee - is a consultant and licensed psychologist, specializing in trauma, resilience-building, and multicultural/social justice counseling. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology: Human Development/Mental Health Research from the University of Chicago. After receiving her clinical license, she opened a small independent practice, which she has held since. After 15 years in academia (12 of those years as the director of a Master's in counseling program), she became a full-time consultant. Her mission is to share the tools of counseling and psychology in support of social justice work. Throughout her career, Dr. Bartoli has held leadership positions in professional organizations at both the state and national levels. She has also presented at numerous conferences and is the author of several publications. In all her work, Dr. Bartoli integrates an understanding of neuroscience, focusing on how it informs symptom development as well as healing and resilience-building strategies. Dr. Bartoli has been the recipient of academic awards. Her website: dreleonorabartoli.comPurchase the Book:OUR PROBLEM, OUR PATH:COLLECTIVE ANTIRACISM FOR WHITE PEOPLEBy authors ELEONORA BARTOLI, PH.D. & ALI MICHAEL, PH.D.Available at Corwin.ComIf you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review.
How do you have difficult conversations as a Leader? This week we dive into how we have those tough conversations, especially around performance. We speak to Dr Monica Medina, Literacy Consultant, International & US schools and Karen Lord, Entrepreneurial Publisher, KADELO GROUP LIMITED/Author, St. Martin's Press, who discuss how we can make those hard conversations more comfortable, how to prepare for them and more...
Kwame is the host of the Negotiate Anything Podcast. Kwame is frequently asked to share his knowledge, sparking conversations internationally. His other speaking engagements include over 70 guest appearances on top audio podcasts like Spartan Races Podcast, Coaching for Leaders, How to Be Awesome at Your Job, Redefining Wealth. Kwame recently released his new book, How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race: Practical Tools for Necessary Change in the Workplace and Beyond. As a leader in the legal industry and an expert in the field of negotiation and conflict resolution, Kwame Christian's unique methodology of negotiation and conflict resolution has been featured in extensive news coverage by NPR, USA Today, BuzzFeed, Forbes, and CNBC. ____________________________________________________________________ Check out my FREE Live webinar, the 3 MUST HAVE Secrets to Communicating with Narcissists RIGHT HERE Learn more about the SLAY Your Negotiation with Narcissists program right here: www.rebeccazung.com/slay Read the transcript of this episode right here. THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR INFORMATION: Soberlink is a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, Soberlink automatically documents proof of sobriety in real-time, which gives clients a sense of accomplishment while rebuilding trust with others. Features Adaptive Facial Recognition technology Technology to detect physical tampers Real-time text message reminders and Alerts Customizable scheduling Automated reporting options Here is the link to get $50 off on Soberlink: https://www.soberlink.com/partners/negotiate Get an exclusive $50 off your device by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and mentioning Negotiate Your Best Life ____________________________________________________________________ For more information on REBECCA ZUNG, ESQ. visit her website www.rebeccazung.com and follow her on Instagram: @rebeccazung and YouTube! GRAB YOUR FREE CRUSH MY NEGOTIATION PREP WORKSHEET RIGHT HERE! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL RIGHT HERE. Grab a copy of Rebecca's book, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword written by Robert Shapiro) right here. It went straight to being a #1 bestseller the first day it was launched! Find out what everyone is so excited about - get the book RIGHT HERE!
“If someone doesn't do as you expected, all you know for sure is that he or she didn't do as you expected.” Ann Latham explains the disconnect between what you expected and what happened in a chapter-by-chapter breakdown of her book The Disconnect Principle. ~ WE'LL DISCUSS ~ What it means when people do not live up to our expectations How shifting our focus to fixing the situation instead of the person leads to a better dialogue How our thoughts about someone communicate louder in our body language and facial expressions than in our words How to do something with someone rather than to them About Ann Latham: Ann Latham is the founder of Boston area consulting firm Uncommon Clarity®, Inc. Her clients represent over 40 industries and range from for-profit organizations, such as Boeing, Medtronic, and Hitachi, to nonprofit organizations as diverse as Public Television, United Way, and colleges and universities. Ann has been interviewed and has been written about in 85 media sources, including The New York Times, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes, Inc., Management Today, and many podcasts. Ann Latham is founding the newest branch of management science: clarity. Cognitive clarity, to be more precise. She is credited with exposing our inability to recognize our natural disclarity and the tremendous waste and damage it causes. Showing people how to create clarity quickly became her passion. She knew that clarity offered an enormous opportunity to improve performance and her consulting was the perfect way to practice and prove her methods. This passion drives her writing. She is on a mission to make organizations, if not the world, a better place through greater cognitive clarity. Read Ann's Book, The Disconnect Principle To learn more about Ann Latham, visit the links below: Her website: Annlatham.com Forbes article: Embrace the Disconnect Principle Stay Connected with Heather: To schedule a call with Heather, click here To follow Heather on Instagram, click here To subscribe to Heather's 3Q newsletter, click here To request a transcript of this episode, email email@example.com
Scores of nations are attending the 27th annual COP in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm-el Sheikh. Host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson explores what the international gathering will deliver and whether climate diplomacy is enough to keep the planet from the point of no return, especially when leaders of some of the biggest polluters skip such summits. Her guests:Andrzej Ancygier, Senior Energy and Climate Policy Analyst with Climate Analytics;Lutz Weischer, Head of Policy, Berlin of Germanwatch e.V.;Luis von Randow, spokesman for Fridays for Future. Produced by Dina Elsayed.
Our kids don't always show up in the way we want them to. They'll make mistakes and not meet the expectations you've set for them. The thing is, it doesn't have to mean anything about you. This week I share 3 strategies to help us when our kids come to us with difficult news. We'll look at how to prepare beforehand, listening and reflecting in the conversation, and communicating boundaries. This is exactly the life experience the both of you need. They will learn, and so will you.
Sheila Heen has been with the Harvard Negotiation Project for twenty years, teaching negotiation and difficult conversations at Harvard Law School and in Harvard's executive education programs. She is also CEO of Triad Consulting in Harvard Square, where she specializes in working with executive teams on issues where there is strong disagreement and emotions run high. She has worked with corporate clients on six continents, with the US White House, the Singapore Supreme Court, and with theologians with disagreements on the nature of truth and God. With co-author Douglas Stone, Heen has published two best selling books Difficult Conversations and Thanks for the Feedback
Who doesn't love to talk about conflict? Most of us! But in this episode, Kelli Jordan and Jennifer Iverson talk about how to best handle difficult conversations. They give you three tips to consider and then walk through several scenarios. While most of the conversation centers around MOPS groups, these three tips can be applied to any conflict in life.For more resources on conflict resolution, complete the Leadership 210 course in the MOPS Leader Training & Certification.
A 2022 JAMA report found that nearly 60% of patients with terminal cancer thought their cancer could be cured.This is not a reflection on our patients. This is a direct reflection of our own failings as healthcare professionals.And it starts with our own discomfort in discussing death & dying.We owe it to our patients to have difficult conversations. In this episode, I'm bringing back my interview with Dr. Liz O'Riordan, the breast surgeon who got breast cancer & host of Don't Ignore The Elephant Podcast.Liz encourages us to have difficult conversations by having them first ourselves. Listen in to learn how.The Wealthy Coach Podcast Hey Coaches, Practitioners & Healers! Go from 0 clients to a 6-Figure Online Biz!Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyGrab your free Ultimate Oncology Specialist Study Guide!Preparing for the ABPTS Oncology Specialist Certification Exam is one of the best ways to become an expert OncoPT.My new Ultimate Oncology Specialist Study Guide will help you start your exam prep on the right foot, so you can prepare for success & treat your patients like an expert.Grab your FREE study guide now! Register for the Pediatric Lymphedema pre-conference workshop at CSM 2023!Children with lymphedema often wait months to years for treatment because most therapists don't treat pediatric lymphedema. We're changing this, with our pre-conference workshop at APTA-CSM 2023!When you register for CSM, make sure you select the pre-conference workshop Pediatric Lymphedema: Treating Lymphedema to Improve Mobility. See you in San Diego!
Joe Hart is an organisational psychologist and founder of True Perspective: A leadership development practice. He is a highly experienced executive coach, speaker, trainer, and facilitator and if you're looking for someone to help you to drive honest conversations, build trust and create meaningful change in your business – Joe has some great advice. He joins us today to explain how his role as an organisational psychologist helps business owners connect and communicate with both their customers and staff. Plus shares his top tips for dealing with difficult conversations and customers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, Victoria Labalme encourages coaches to trust their inner wisdom and not get caught up in what she calls the myth of speed. She explains why we should embrace the space of the unknown in between desire and realization of that desire.
Have you ever been asked to participate in a project, attend a meeting, an event, or heck, even attend a birthday party but just couldn't say no without feeling guilty? Perhaps you've had to provide constructive feedback or share concerns but just couldn't articulate the right words to say without destroying the relationship. Maybe you've received feedback and found yourself on defense. The importance of communication in our everyday lives and in our relationships cannot be overstated. We've been told if you can't say something nice, don't say it at all. In today's episode, our guest provides practical approaches and positive phrases for those times when you need to say something NOT so nice… without destroying the relationship. In This Episode, You Will Learn About: Setting boundaries; say "no" nicely and a guilt-free "yes" Give feedback without destroying the relationship Receive criticism without getting defensiveFREE Career Accelerator Workbook: https://bit.ly/3xXy8UFREE Business Building Workbook: https://bit.ly/3xXy8U Schedule your Career Discovery Call Today: https://bit.ly/3OnuLLOLet's Connect! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniellecobo/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MsDanielleCoboInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedaniellecobo/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/DanielleCobo Website: www.DanielleCobo.com Book Recommendations: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-de49157c/list/2W8I8NWS6N4CJAbout our guest:Sarita Maybin who has made it her mission to inspire others to embrace positivity, even amid the challenges of our ever-changing high-tech times. In her 20+ years as an international speaker and communication expert, Sarita is a TEDx speaker and published author with her book “If You Can't Say Something Nice, What DO You Say?” and her newest book “Say What You Mean in a Nice Way.”Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts"Danielle is so Uplifting."
S2 Ep 6 - Difficult Conversations Series - Grief Part 1 A conversation with someone about the loss of a loved one, how it can affects a person (mentally and physically) and how one can heal. Episode Notes: If you listen to the podcast, you may already know that I view the platform as an extension of my private voice studio. In a lesson I like to focus primarily on the voice but every now and then other topics come up (for example- other forms of technique, mental health, artist development) that can affect the way we make sound but there is either just not enough time to chat about these things or sometimes it's just not the appropriate setting....so voilà, podcast! This particular episode is the beginning of a series I'm calling difficult conversations. It will focus on emotions that affect our inner and outer voice. In this episode I chat with someone about their loss of a loved one and how it has affected them. My guest takes us through what she went though and in doing so shows us her perspective on what someone grieving needs. She also inspires us to continue showering those closest to our hearts with love. Resources: Hospice of Lake Cumberland: https://hospicelc.org/bereavement-support/ List of 6 Grief Support Hotlines (National and 24 Hour) Updated 1/12/2022: https://www.joincake.com/blog/grief-support-hotline/ 21 Best Books on Grief for 2022: https://www.choosingtherapy.com/grief-books/ Get a taste of the MVS Patreon After Show by visiting pateron.com/mcneilvoicestudio. The after-show is where my guests share a little extra wisdom and things get silly. See you there!! Instagram: @mcneilvoicestudio Facebook: mcneilvoicestudio Patreon: mcneilvoicestudio Website: mcneilvoicestudio.com Podcast Music: Brooke Galloway Podcast Sponsors: Christopher, Angela Jones-Coe, Martha Pratt, Scott McNeil, Sheryl Polk, Rebecca Loebe, Liz DeLuccia, Theresa Jean Kibby, Jade Ellis, Katie Volk, Jasmine, Tali Freed, Kasandra McNeil, Dan Tappan
“How many important, high stakes conversations are you currently avoiding?” Tough conversations summon a multitude of fears - What if the other person can't handle it? What if I lose my cool? What if it makes the situation worse? Ultimately, avoiding these exchanges has a cost. It's taking up space in your body and mind, which if freed, will open up POSSIBILITIES. Don't let these convo's hang over your head - listen in for Jeddy's recipe for opening up these dialogs with confidence! REFLECTION QUESTION: What high stakes, difficult conversations are you avoiding? Can you open up the communication channel with this person this week? Rising Man Links: The Brotherhood || The Most inclusive, actionable, and helpful container for men on this planet! Instagram | @risingmanmovement DOJO | The DOJO is a 4 day, carefully crafted sequence of rigorous exercises that will challenge the limits of your mental, physical, and emotional fortitude. Men's Circle | Are you ready to join other men JUST LIKE YOU who have found a way to RISE ABOVE life's challenges and create a life of purpose and fulfillment? Join our online FIRE CIRCLE! Online Course | IGNITE is a 12 week online program designed to ignite your purpose and propel you into freedom. Features weekly calls, online modules, growth assignments, and community support! Initiation | Compass is a 4 day 4 night Vision Fast in the wilderness, with preparation and incorporation calls in the months before and after. YouTube | The Rising Man Movement Website | RisingMan.org
Welcome to Difficult Conversations with Dr. Anthony Orsini. My guest today, is Mindy Spigel. Mindy has dedicated her career to improving healthcare and helping patients get over their fears of the system. She has a master's degree in nursing, has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and has taught in both academic and clinical fields. Her passion is helping people create meaningful connections as a leader and team member while providing the best care. She enjoys helping leaders build strong teams in exceptional work environments. It's her desire to alleviate fears, build trust, and create an exceptional experience for all. Mindy has been honored to have presented at numerous national, state, and local conferences, she recently published a research study on the “Fears of Parents When Their Child is a Patient, and she just released her first book, There's a Snake on My Head! Strategies for Alleviating Fear and Anxiety in Healthcare, which we are going to be talking about today. Mindy tells us about her journey and what gave her a passion for patient experience. She expresses why she's been a very big advocate for shared decision making and asking the team how can we make this work? We hear about the inspiration behind the title of her book, There's a Snake on My Head! Strategies For Alleviating Fear and Anxiety in Healthcare. Dr. . Mindy and Dr Orsini discuss why it is such a big mistake when hospitals try to t way to improve patient experience is treating hospitals like hotels. She tells us about things she learned in her research about what people are afraid of. In her book, Mindy talks about Five Relieving Strategies, and the first one is build a relationship. It's about finding commonality, and Dr. Orsini talks about how we could find commonality in just about everyone. Mindy explains her second strategy which is, choose your words carefully. She shares an aha moment story. In part two of her book, Mindy talks about how healthcare team members are people too and she explains more about this. Also, we find out what prompted Mindy to write her book, what she hopes will understand after reading the book. Mindy talks about what she is currently doing and her hopes for the coming months in her career. We end with Mindy telling us the most difficult type of conversation she's had, and advice on how she navigated through it. Host:Dr. Anthony OrsiniGuest:Mindy Spigel For More Information:Difficult Conversations PodcastThe Orsini WayThe Orsini Way-FacebookThe Orsini Way-LinkedInThe Orsini Way-InstagramThe Orsini Way-Twitterdrorsini@theorsiniway.comIt's All In The Delivery: Improving Healthcare Starting With A Single Conversation by Dr. Anthony OrsiniResources Mentioned:Mindy Spigel Websitemgspigel@gmail.comThere's a Snake on My Head! Strategies for Alleviating Fear and Anxiety in Healthcare for Patients, Families, AND Healthcare Teams by Mindy G. Spigel
Although a record turnout is expected on Nov. 8th, opinion surveys show many Americans no longer trust U.S. elections nor their government. Many Republican voters still embrace the “Big Lie” that President Trump had the 2020 election stolen from him. So what does the growing mistrust, President Joe Biden's low ratings and the worst inflation in four decades mean for the midterm elections and American democracy in general? In this episode of Transatlantic Takeaway by Common Ground Berlin and the German Marshall Fund of the United States, host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson explores the controversial elections with:Sudha David-Wilp, GMF's Senior Transatlantic Fellow and deputy director of the Berlin office.Jeremy Shapiro, research director at the European Council on Foreign Relations and a former advisor to the State Department during the Obama administration.Anna Sauerbrey, foreign editor of the weekly Die Zeit and a contributor to the New York Times op-ed section.Produced by Dina Elsayed.
Justin Gordon (@justingordon212) talks with Brandon Brooks (@OfficialBBrooks), tech entrepreneur, founder & founding partner at Overlooked Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on transparently supporting and investing in early-stage tech and tech-enabled startups with one or more historically ignored founder that are building for humanity, wellness, and in industries lacking innovation.Brandon has partnered with organizations such as the Pittsburgh Steelers and Players Coalition on various social justice initiatives. With his experience as a bootstrapped tech founder, he looks to share his experiences and insights with other overlooked founders so their startups can excel. Keep an eye out for Brandon's next project, to be announced in 2023!Website: Overlooked VenturesLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/inventrify/Twitter: @OfficialBBrooksEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgShow Notes: How Brandon is serving founders in the ecosystem through Inventrify, the first black-owned crowdfunding platform in U.S. and Overlooked Ventures, which he founded with Janine Sickmeyer Why Brandon feels a responsibility to solve the problems he's tackling How Brandon's community approach to venture stems from his upbringing The early days of launching Overlooked Ventures The role audio spaces played in enabling Brandon to build a network and being a very early Clubhouse user Developing the thesis for Overlooked Ventures and discovering their value-add as investors Making the democratization of VC a reality by intentionally not taking warm intros How Brandon found direction for his next project and how he stays true to his vision and beliefs How to handle difficult conversations How Brandon is approaching things differently as he builds his newest venture More about the show:The Vitalize Podcast, a show by Vitalize Venture Capital (a seed-stage venture capital firm and pre-seed 400+ member angel community open to everyone), dives deep into the world of startup investing and the future of work.Hosted by Justin Gordon, the Director of Marketing at Vitalize Venture Capital, The Vitalize Podcast includes two main series. The Angel Investing series features interviews with a variety of angel investors and VCs around the world. The goal? To help develop the next generation of amazing investors. The Future of Work series takes a look at the founders and investors shaping the new world of work, including insights from our team here at Vitalize Venture Capital. More about us:Vitalize Venture Capital was formed in 2017 as a $16M seed-stage venture fund and now includes both a fund as well as an angel investing community investing in the future of work. Vitalize has offices in Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.The Vitalize Team:Gale - https://twitter.com/galeforceVCCaroline - https://twitter.com/carolinecasson_Justin - https://twitter.com/justingordon212Vitalize Angels, our angel investing community open to everyone:https://vitalize.vc/vitalizeangels/
In the More Than Sunday podcast, we are tackling tough questions about faith that many people have but are often afraid to ask. For our sixth season, we asked our church family and listeners what questions they've been struggling with and each episode tackles a different tough question that came directly from you! In every episode, host, Rohini Drake, is joined by Pastor Clayton and a special guest to share their unique experiences and perspectives on some difficult topics. In this episode, with Rev. Richie Butler, we are asking, “How do we have difficult conversations?” In a time of intense division, it's scary to attempt a difficult conversation when we don't know how it will go. Join us as we learn and discuss the best ways to handle and engage in tough conversations. To access the resources mentioned in this podcast, please visit fumcr.com/MoreThanSunday More Than Sunday Podcast | Hosted by Rohini Drake | First United Methodist Church of Richardson First United Methodist Church Richardson welcomes people for Christ, grows people in Christ, and serves people with Christ Stay connected with us: FUMCR Website: fumcr.com FUMCR Facebook: facebook.com/FUMCRichardson FUMCR Instagram: instagram.com/FUMCR 503 N Central Expressway Richardson, TX 75080
In today's episode, Jayne Warrilow encourages coaches to build their business from the inside out. Instead of building your business on shoulds, dig deep to find the calling that takes your coaching to the next level and reaches your ideal clients.
On this weeks episode Bill and Britt discuss How to have “Difficult Conversations”. When a Hard Disagreement occurs, often our Egos get in the way of having hard conversations where both sides feel heard and understood. Often even small conversations with nothing at stake can have us misunderstanding each other. So today Bill & Britt… Read More »Almost Awakened: 124: Navigating Difficult Conversations The post Almost Awakened: 124: Navigating Difficult Conversations appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
Click here to buy your copy of How To Have Difficult Conversations About Race! In this episode, Matt Lofy, Director of Marketing and Community Outreach at Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce, discusses how to have difficult conversations about inclusion and diversity in your community. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Get Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation Guides Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Website Follow Matt on LinkedIn Follow Kwame on LinkedIn Kwame Christian with Matt Lofy
There are several important conversations we desperately need to talk about, but we somehow avoid talking about them.As parents, we have an obligation to talk about certain things to our kids because it's important that they hear some of these things from us rather than from their friends or from the internet.As hard as these conversations are, we must have them to prepare and equip our kids to handle life. If you encourage honest and open communication early on, you create a great foundation to talk about hard topics.In this episode, Eddie and I outline the 6 topics that most people avoid talking about and give you some tips on how to approach them. Key Takeaways- What in the world? (01:34)- What's wrong with Kanye West (06:19)- Freedom of speech in a social media world (10:00)- How to talk to kids about sex (13:47)- Why you must talk about money (21:28)- Talking about race (25:26)- Emotional intelligence (31:43)- Talking about weight and health with children (41:31)- How to approach the topic of death (53:24)Additional Resources:- We are the Copelands Tiktok- The Pusher Society- Janelle's website- Join the Cake Cents FB Group- Join the Push Podcast FB Group- The Push Podcast's official website- Cake Mamas Instagram- Eddie's Instagram--If you haven't already, it would be amazing if you could head over to Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review on the podcast!