• 00:35

    How to handle difficult people and difficult situations

    in Motivation

    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? 

  • 00:31

    How to Deal with Difficult People

    in Spirituality

    This program will discuss ways of dealing with several different types of difficult people, offering guidance and communication approaches. The second part will focus on how to better respond while using your best instincts and intuitions.

  • 00:31

    Handling Difficult People

    in Self Help

    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

  • 00:26

    When Life Attacks 6: Character/Personality types, difficult people #95

    in Entertainment

    This show is going to offer clips, help, advice and methods on how to deal with difficult peoiple, and it will expose the different type of people out there with their own character/personality types, flaws, so on and so forth.


    I've already covered quite a bit, but I am going to play some clips for you, and they will pretty much show the different type of difficult people out there, and how you can go about handling them.


     


     


     


     

  • 00:56

    Sandra Crowe: Dealing with Difficult People

    in Self Help

    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.
    Visit http://www.pivpoint.com/index.html

  • 00:30

    Dealing with Difficult People

    in Culture

    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.

  • 00:32

    Dealing with Difficult People

    in Christianity

    Have you ever had the challenge of dealing with someone difficult? Such encounters test our faith. This episode will explore how we can respond to those who try to pluck our nerves. 
     

  • 00:38

    Dealing With Difficult People

    in Lifestyle

    Difficult people can make your life miserable - and they can show up in the darndest places - like at work, or in your family (holiday with the whole gang, anyone?)... Today, Terri shares strategies to help minimize negative impact, and keep your personal interactions trouble-free.


    The show to know when you want better! Join Terri & Vince Hase and build a better you! www.BetterYouRadio.net


    A part of the Better YOU Project - www.BetterYouProject.org

  • 00:39

    Dealing with Difficult People

    in Religion

    Chances are you know someone who is controlling, always has to be right, stubborn, argumentative, and the list goes on and on.  It may be a boss or coworker, a close friend or family member or even church members.   We all have that one person that just gets under our skin.  No matter how hard we try, it’s often difficult to get along with them consistently.  
    Today we'll discuss ways to deal with them and how your response to their actions matters.
    Join us!  347-850-8436
     

  • 00:45

    E.G. Sebastian: Dealing with Difficult People!

    in Self Help

    E G Sebastian speaks six languages and presents in four: English, Spanish, Hungarian, and Romanian, but today you'll only need to hear one - How to Successfully deal with Difficult People!
     
    EG Sebastian is a dynamic speaker who never fails to keep his audience engaged with his high value presentations, humor, and interaction with the participants. His years of management experience, linked with his more than 15-years experience as a motivator and personal coach, make him the speaker of choice for programs related to personal & professional growth.
     
    E.G. started his professional career in 1990, at age 23, as the general manager and 49% owner of a Chinese-Hungarian joint venture - an export-import company - which he successfully managed till 1995.   In the following years, E.G. shifted his career into his area of passion: public speaking and performance coaching.
     
    E.G. is the past area governor - for two consecutive years - of Toastmasters International, a non-profit organization that helps individuals develop public speaking and leadership skills  He has a bachelor's degree in business management, is a certified empowerment coach, and is an Inscape Certified DiSC Behavioral System Trainer.
     
    As a speaker and personal coach, in the past 17 years, E.G. has contributed to the success of thousands of individuals.  He collected his findings in the area of performance enhancement and professional relationship building in his book, "Communication Skills Magic - Step-by-Step Strategies to Improving Your Personal and Professional Relationships"
     
    Connect with E G Sebastian at  E G Performance Solutions.

  • 01:04

    People 2 People Global Health Forum

    in Current Events

    Taddese Desta MD. FACP is a board certified gastroenterologist practicing in San Diego, California. Dr. Taddese completed his medical training at the Oregon health Science University in Portland, Oregon and then proceeded with his Internship and Residency training at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in San Francisco. He then did a Fellowship in gastroenterology at UC Davis in Sacramento. Dr. Taddese worked with the Care View Medical Group in San Diego before he founded his own practice , The Desta Digestive Medical Center in 2003 and opened the Euclid Endoscopy Center in 2006. He has had a thriving practice since and is also the Principal Investigator on multiple on-going clinical trials.

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