Having Difficult Conversations...and Getting Out Alive!

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Cathy Bennett

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Most of us have experienced a difficult interpersonal interaction in the workplace: the discomfort, the disruption, the walking on eggshells, the fear, the desire to leave our job if it can’t be fixed. Or we have experienced equally awkward and difficult situations at home, in our community, or among our acquaintances and friends, where we often might react a little more dramatically because we can’t “be fired.” Right? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to know what to do when interpersonal relations break down? Much research has been done in order to understand the seeming no-win interactions between people at home and at work. There are many very good consultants that work specifically on these problems. Join me in conversation with one of my favorite consultants and teacher, Patti Lind, and hear what she does when faced with a difficult person in or out of the workplace. Learn the dynamics involved in working with those small yet difficult situations that keep us from having good relations with others and how to resolve them. Join me and my friend, Patti Lind, as we explore interpersonal relations.

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