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Join BluPrint Radio today when we interview Chris Jones on today's topic: "Dealing with Difficult People in the Workplace." Chris will share tips on how to best build workplace relationships and how to diffuse discussions that might lead to a flare-up and violent behavior. Chris is an Executive Trainer with BluPrint. Pior to joining BluPrint, Chris served as a U.S. Marine Corps Reservist, a U.S. Secret Service Officer (White House Police), and spent many years in Law Enforcement in the State of Maryland. Later, Chris was selected as the Marketing and Program Manager for the Officer Next-Door Program with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Noted as one of the most dynamic professional youth speakers in America today, Chris is a subject matter expert in people dynamics & enjoys connecting with and speaking to millennials on various subject matters preparing them to be leaders. Through the use of powerful skits, dynamic insights and real-life illustrations, Chris’ message challenges teenagers and encourages them to make positive choices in their lives.
This will be an exciting show - please join us!
You're a nice person. You're kind and you're caring but then along comes that one person who is going to test your resolve to be nice. How do you handle difficult and offensive people without getting offended and making poor decisions?
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Have a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage, (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they focus on How to Handle Difficult People with special guest Dr. Joanne Loewy, DA, LCAT, MT-BC, Director of the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine in NYC. Dr. Loewy started the music therapy program at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital, and is Associate Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System. Co-Editor-in-Chief of the peer reviewed journal Music and Medicine, Joanne has edited several music therapy books for pediatric pain, NICU, end of life, grief and trauma. As founding Member of the International Assn for Music and Medicine, she also guest lectures at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Drexel University Philadelphia.
This week's topic of How to Handle Difficult People introduce strategies to to identify, manage, and turn difficult people into excellent team members in the workplace AND anywhere you meet them. Learn techniques to control your own emotions, to not get sucked into the strong emotions usually associated with conflict, and how to take actions that lead to your goals. Find out how to get what you want in your life and work.
For today's topic handout for the Radio Show, visit Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.
Find out what music our guest uses to stay positively engaged in the game of life. Learn how to build your emotional resilience with music medicine, applying music medicine in your life to manage more easily the ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Contact Dr. Joanne Loewy at musicandmedicine.org
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Do you have some difficult people in your life, unwanted stress, or need some fresh new ideas for better communication? If yes, then this show is for you!
Sandra Crowe, author of "Since Strangling Isn't an Option" has trained numerous federal & corporate organizations for over 2 decades.
Her purpose is to create awareness of ineffective behaviors and provide methodologies and action steps to offset them redirecting behavior toward more uplifting interactions between people.
Some of her past clients include The Executive Office of the President, NIH, FBI, Marriott, Sony Corp., EPA, The Discovery Channel, National Speakers Association,NASA and Depts.of Army & Navy.
Founder of "Powerlunch" as featured in The Washington Post,The New York Times, and Chicken Soup for the Soul , she also hosts her own TV show "Stress Busters."
Ms. Crowe holds a B.A. Degree with Honors from the University of NC at Chapel Hill, is a certified Myers Briggs Type Indicator practitioner, certified ontological coach, & a Professionally Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation.
Mike Aguilera shares tips and ideas to help you deal with difficult people and connect with anyone in 90 seconds or less.
Our Exit Coach Network features several other Shows on a variety of topics. Go to www.ExitCoachRadio.com and click on “Exit Coach Network” under the “LISTEN” section.
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Have a cup of tea (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they guide you into effectively handling difficult people. Join Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost with special guest Major (R) Ross D. Bryant, Director of University of Nevada Las Vegas Veterans Services.
Learn about strategies to handle difficult people in the workplace and anywhere you meet them. Identify, manage & turn difficult people into excellent team members. Learn methods to control your own emotions, to not get sucked into the strong emotions associated with conflict and how to take actions that lead to your goals. Get what you want in your life and work.
Download free handouts at Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.
Build your emotional resilience with music medicine. Learn how to apply music medicine in your life to manage more easily the ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Contact special guest Major (R) Ross D. Bryant www.unlv.edu/veterans
There are times when you just have to have those conversations; the ones that you either don't want to have or those that you might find a bit daunting. Probably the potential outcome is a bit scary, or you might not be comfortable with having those conversations.
Unfortunately, we just have to have those conversations otherwise, things might just get worse.
This show will look at some of the difficulties I have had, and what I have to do to deal with having the much needed conversations.
Dealing with certain people day after day can be incredibly frustrating, don’t you think? Especially because you consider yourself a easy going, team player, and you’ve always figured you could get along well with all kinds of people. That was until that one day. It could be a number of things you can even find that have to work with them. They’re the people who often are uncooperative, uncommunicative, uncompromising, rude – and just plain unpleasant at times. They’re the people who probably flunked or did not attend “works well with others class” and it shows on their grade-school/life report cards. In short, they’re difficult people, and we all know who they are.
Aren’t you tired of the stress and aggravation that difficult people are causing you?
No one needs to remind you about the stress these kinds of people can inflict on you – you may have experienced it just this morning! It’s not fun at all. Worse, it’s unproductive. And the really frustrating part is that there just doesn’t seem to be a thing you can reasonably do about your situation.
Don’t you wish those infuriating people would just go away? That’s about as likely as a bad toothache just fixing itself.
TwoPeopleArguing.com writers Joe Scumaci and TJ Hatter discuss, debate, argue and breakdown all the news from across the football world. They'll talk NFL headlines, recap week by week performances, who performed and who disappointed.
It's a podcast that is sure to bring the realest football talk out there. Can't get enough of these two bros breaking down the sport we all know and love? Check out heavy.com for weekly articles and videos covering the entire landscape of the National Football League.
Today's guest: Nathaniel Rutherford