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  • 01:00

    How to Survive the Toxic Workplace. Guest: Linnda Durre

    in Jobs

    Episode LI: "How to Survive the Toxic Workplace"

    Guest Speaker: Linnda Durre, psychotherapist, columnist, and international speaker.

  • 00:57

    ISIS Paranormal Radio and Alice Grist

    in Paranormal

    Alice Grist is a practicing Intuitive Tarot Card Advisor, Reiki Master and the author of The High Heeled Guide to Enlightenment.” Her intuitive skills and creativity sees her contributing to a number of online and glossy magazines. She is a freelance wirter who has contributed to Chic today, Kindred Spirit, Sharnanigans, and others. Alice Grist has been featured on BBC radio in Leicester, The Linnda Durre Show, the Betsy Belaga show, Demon FM, Passion for the Planet, and BBC Radio Manchester.

    She lives happily with her musician husband, James, their two cats and two chickens and is partial to a spot of gardening, giggles with the girls and indulgent hot baths! Alice says, “The High Heeled Guide to Enlightenment’ is a deeply personal book for me that charts my own life and my journey from a low point to spiritual happiness. But it is more than that too, it is informative beyond me and my life, it depicts some fascinating concepts from my perspective and, in a way, that allows modern folk to see it from their perspective too.” Tonight she joins us to discuss her new book The High Heeled Guide to Enlightenment.

  • 00:15

    Surviving the Toxic Workplace

    in Books

    In SURVIVING THE TOXIC WORKPLACE, business consultant, radio show host, and psychotherapist Dr. Linnda Durré teaches workers how to put a stop to toxic workplace behavior using S.E.S.S.I.O.N.: the Situation, Explanation, and Solution System in Overcoming Nuisances. Using examples of 79 specific “Staff Infections™,” or destructive work personalities, Durré helps readers identify and diagnose toxic behavior, understand why it occurs, and deal with it through direct conversation with the offender. Readers will learn the seven effective communication techniques for dealing with different conflict styles, as well as what to do next and additional resources to turn to when more than a one-on-one conversation is required. Whether dealing with “Frannie the Flatterer,” “Dick the Dictator,” or “Bobby the Boss’s Relative,” SURVIVING THE TOXIC WORKPLACE empowers employees to take matters into their own hands, deal with dissension effectively, and create an environment in which they can thrive.