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  • 00:45

    (1) YAHUSHUWAH: THE MEDIATOR

    in Spirituality

    SHABBAT SHALOM FAMILY WELCOME ALL TO OUR LIVE LESSON....


    WE WILL GO OVER THE TRUE MEANING OF THE MEDIATOR (NOT ONLY OF NEW COVENANT).


    THIS IS A MUST UNDERSTAND ISSUE THAT HAS BEEN TAUGHT IN LEAVEN.


    THIS IS PART ONE AND WILL BE FOLLOWED BY OTHER PARTS WITHIN THIS MINI-SERIES.  MAKE SURE TO LISTEN TO ALL LESSONS IN ORDER.


    THE PRIOR LESSONS CAN BE FOUND ON THE BIBLICAL HEBREWS OF THE BIBLE BLOG TALK RADIO.


    BLESSINGS ISRAEL

  • 00:44

    (4) YAHUSHUWAH: THE MEDIATOR

    in Spirituality

    SHALOM FAMILY...


    WE WILL WRAP UP THIS MINI-SERIES TODAY CONCERNING "YAHUSHUWAH: THE


    MEDIATOR".


    OUR LIVE LESSON WILL BEGIN JUNE 15, 2014 @ 10PM (EST).


    FACEBOOK AND TWITTER LESSONS (WITH THE CORRECT START TIMES:)


    THE PRIOR LESSONS CAN BE FOUND ON THE BIBLICAL HEBREWS OF THE BIBLE BLOG TALK RADIO.


    BLESSINGS

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Ms. Mediator Linda Liljedahl

    in Legal

    Baton Rouge, LA – There are no true winners in court. Once an argument or conflict escalates to the point where a trial is unavoidable, all parties have lost. That’s why we need mediation. Why burden the courts with a dispute that can be resolved independently?


    Linda Liljedahl, better known as Ms. Mediator, is an attorney and founder of the Dispute Resolution Institute of Louisiana. As one of Louisiana’s most accomplished mediators, Liljedahl is always looking to find ways to assist and support disputants in court cases and potential lawsuits to work out their differences before advancing to actual trial.


    “As a mediator I’m focused on the solution, something that works for both sides,” says Liljedahl. “I’m a strong mediator because I’m nosey and I care. I genuinely want to know what happened and why they feel the way they do.”


    Mediation is a means of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Typically, a third party, the mediator assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the process.


    As the first form of conflict resolution, mediation is older than the practice of law itself. Unlike arbitration, which takes a case out of the legal system, if the parties can’t reach a settlement through mediation, it goes back to the courts and you try the case.


    “Very often the parties haven’t been able to talk to each other at all. Feelings have been hurt and anger builds,” says Liljedahl, “So communication is the name of the game. They’re going to have an opportunity to talk and they’re to do it in a civilized matter. If you allow a client five minutes to get the anger off their chest, you’d be surprised how much better it can work everything out.”

  • 00:36

    Workplace Systemic Issues: Do Your Leaders Really Want to Know?

    in Work

    Like many conflict resolution or ADR professionals who start as a mediator, it doesn’t take long before a mediator doing workplace cases in one organization begins to wonder about the organization’s culture, communication, or leadership skills. “If only the organization had better practices, the mediation (or coaching or training or group facilitation) wouldn’t be needed”, many have thought. When working within an organization, the conflict resolution professional may begin to see issues or trends across departments that may suggest systemic issues. Now what? Explore the opportunities and challenges to communicate organizational issues to senior leadership by considering: When is an issue systemic? How is it assessed? How is it communicated? What next? Who is responsible? Consider these issues from the perspectives of an internal conflict resolution consultant at a company and an organizational ombuds at an educational institution and academic medical center.


    Rita Callahan has been a conflict resolution professional for 20 years offering services including mediation, facilitation, training, conflict coaching, consulting and ombudsing. She was an independent Conflict Resolution and Collaboration Consultant for 13 years, spent 6 years in the Conflict Resolution group at the New York City utility, and is now in the Ombuds Office at the University of California Davis. Rita has been active in the Association for Conflict Resolution at state and national levels and she has been a speaker at the Association for Conflict Resolution, the American Bar Association – Dispute Resolution Section, and the International Association of Facilitators annual conferences.

  • 00:08

    Sleepless in Studio City : Simple Soothing Solutions To What's Keeping You Awake

    in Self Help

    Sleepless in Studio City, a safe place for discussing what’s keeping your mind, body, and spirit from sweet sound slumber.  


    Hosted by Dr. Debs, Celebrated columnist; lauded love, romance, relationship, dating coach; and noted family law mediator, offering simple soothing solutions and heartfelt help.


    Each Sunday morning from 3-3:30am, Dr. Debs will discuss topics such as: Finding & Keeping the Love You Deserve, Dating, Marriage, Parenting, Setting Boundaries, Breaking the Cycle, Breaking Up, Divorce, Custody, Anger, Forgiveness, Acceptance, Breaking Free from Abuse (Verbal, Emotional, Physical, Sexual); Addiction; Abandonment Anxiety; Codependency; Dysfunctional Relationships; Childhood Trauma; Creative Blocks; and Fear of Failure, Success, Intimacy, Rejection, and Following Your Dreams.      


    The call-in number is 657-383-0105.  Your privacy will be protected and no names or contact info will be revealed.  If you’d like your questions answered during a show, but are hesitant to be heard on-air, please feel free to write Dr. Debs at sleeplessinstudiocity@gmail.com and she will address your concerns on the next broadcast.


    You can also find updates and weekly affirmations on facebook/sleeplessinstudio city.

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Ms. Mediator Linda Liljedahl

    in Legal

    Baton Rouge, LA – There are no true winners in court. Once an argument or conflict escalates to the point where a trial is unavoidable, all parties have lost. That’s why we need mediation. Why burden the courts with a dispute that can be resolved independently?


    Linda Liljedahl, better known as Ms. Mediator, is an attorney and founder of the Dispute Resolution Institute of Louisiana. As one of Louisiana’s most accomplished mediators, Liljedahl is always looking to find ways to assist and support disputants in court cases and potential lawsuits to work out their differences before advancing to actual trial.


    “As a mediator I’m focused on the solution, something that works for both sides,” says Liljedahl. “I’m a strong mediator because I’m nosey and I care. I genuinely want to know what happened and why they feel the way they do.”


    Mediation is a means of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Typically, a third party, the mediator assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the process.


    As the first form of conflict resolution, mediation is older than the practice of law itself. Unlike arbitration, which takes a case out of the legal system, if the parties can’t reach a settlement through mediation, it goes back to the courts and you try the case.


    “Very often the parties haven’t been able to talk to each other at all. Feelings have been hurt and anger builds,” says Liljedahl, “So communication is the name of the game. They’re going to have an opportunity to talk and they’re to do it in a civilized matter. If you allow a client five minutes to get the anger off their chest, you’d be surprised how much better it can work everything out.”

  • 00:39

    Teamwork Tango

    in Business

    Today’s organizations require that workers be adaptable. Truly effective leaders know how to follow and how it feels to be a follower. Conversely, in order to be a productive team member, one must understand the difficulties of being a team leader. The daily “dance” between leaders and followers requires mutual understanding and a balance of give and take. As the great Chinese philosopher, Lao Tzu, said: “To lead, one must follow.” In this program, Yael Schy, creator of the Teamwork Tango®  leadership training approach, shares her philosophy and methodology of using partner dancing principles and exercises for helping leaders and followers in organizations to work together more collaboratively and effectively.


    Yael Schy is a leader in using expressive arts in organizational learning and development. She is principal of Dramatic Strides® Consulting, specializing in leadership development, communication skills, teambuilding and creative decision-making techniques that help people and organizations move forward together. Her unique Teamwork Tango® workshop, which teaches leadership and teambuilding skills through the metaphor of partner dancing, has been presented at numerous professional conferences and organizations in the U.S. and abroad for more than a decade.


    Abigail Clark is a graduate student at the University of Baltimore obtaining her master’s degree in negotiation and conflict management. She left undergrad with the hopes of becoming an addictions counselor, which led her to the University of Maryland School of Social Work. While researching different possibilities, she discovered UB’s Negotiation and Conflict Management program. After reading two course descriptions, she was sold.

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Ms. Mediator Linda Liljedahl

    in Legal

    Baton Rouge, LA – There are no true winners in court. Once an argument or conflict escalates to the point where a trial is unavoidable, all parties have lost. That’s why we need mediation. Why burden the courts with a dispute that can be resolved independently?


    Linda Liljedahl, better known as Ms. Mediator, is an attorney and founder of the Dispute Resolution Institute of Louisiana. As one of Louisiana’s most accomplished mediators, Liljedahl is always looking to find ways to assist and support disputants in court cases and potential lawsuits to work out their differences before advancing to actual trial.


    “As a mediator I’m focused on the solution, something that works for both sides,” says Liljedahl. “I’m a strong mediator because I’m nosey and I care. I genuinely want to know what happened and why they feel the way they do.”


    Mediation is a means of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Typically, a third party, the mediator assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the process.


    As the first form of conflict resolution, mediation is older than the practice of law itself. Unlike arbitration, which takes a case out of the legal system, if the parties can’t reach a settlement through mediation, it goes back to the courts and you try the case.


    “Very often the parties haven’t been able to talk to each other at all. Feelings have been hurt and anger builds,” says Liljedahl, “So communication is the name of the game. They’re going to have an opportunity to talk and they’re to do it in a civilized matter. If you allow a client five minutes to get the anger off their chest, you’d be surprised how much better it can work everything out.”

  • 00:30

    Thank You Jesus For Healing and Saving Bobbi Kristina Brown from demons

    in Prayer

    It is always a blessing to know that God hears our prayers and wants the best for us.  God does not want any human being suffering from sickness and/or diseases (alzheimers, cancer, comas, mental illness, viruses, plagues, in need of deliverance from alcohol/domestic violence/demonic activity/drugs/gambling/illicit sex acts/tobacco/etc.)  If you have a family member sick at home, in the hospital, in any type of medical facility, in a group home, on life support, or terminally ill, after listening to this program you will gain the necessary steps to receive your Healing Manifestation.  These tutorials on this radio program are designed to assist in understanding God's  procedures and safeguards into the prayer system.  I am a certified family mediator with a Master in Divinity, a Master in Management, and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence (law degree).  As a person aspiring to be an expert in family issues, I am discussing all positive ways for families to rebuild, restore, and repair their households to become successful families in this 21st century.  I Love You.  Rev. Diane gechrisianchurch@gmail.com or gechristianchurch.org

  • 01:03

    Women of Golf - with special guests: Barbara Nuchereno & Julie Fink

    in Golf

    Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!


    Cindy & I speak with two highly successful women to discuss golf and how it has become a great business tool for them.


    Our Special Guests:


    Barbara (Schwartz) Nuchereno - an attorney at HoganWillig, Attorney's at Law


    More about Barbara:


    Attorney admitted 27 years. 13 years private practice experience in Estate, Real Estate, Contract, Family and Matrimonial law with some civil and criminal litigation experience. Extensive courtroom experience serving as Confidential Law Clerk, Acting Referee, and mediator in the Courts. Admitted to practice NYS in January of 1988. Elected to Amherst Town Board, serving 2009-2013. Prior member of Amherst Industrial Development Agency.
     


    Julie (Kianof) Fink- President/Publisher at WELCOME Magazine.


    Here's a little about Julie:


    WELCOME is the premium, hard cover and online guide to the Buffalo/Niagara Region. Featured in over 80 hotels (in-room), and complemented by our interactive website. Editorials and photography highlighting Dining, Shopping, Sightseeing, the Arts, Nightlife, Events, Sports and Gaming. Advertising consists mainly of locally owned and operated establishments. Links to all are featured on website. Local distribution through various businesses, colleges, universities, festivals and events. Also featured in the USAir Club at the Buffalo/Niagara International Airport. Specialties: Tourism, marketing, event planning, social media.


    Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf

  • 01:01

    The Fashion Chef … and Mediation 101… on Read My Lips Radio with Bonnie

    in Lifestyle

    READ MY LIPS is not your typical blah-blah canned interview. akaRadioRed engages guests in lively, unscripted conversations. Tune in and hear for yourself!


     


    Elinor Robin, PhD, author of The Professional Woman's Guide to Conflict Management, is a mediator and mediation trainer who helps people discover better ways to look at, respond to, and overcome their professional and personal conflicts. With wit, wisdom, and passion, Elinor has mediated thousands of disputes and developed a powerful method for analyzing and resolving the conflicts we face within our families, workplaces, and communities. Her innovative mediation training programs have prepared more than 12,000 professional mediators to handle diverse conflicts. Info: www.ElinorRobin.com.


     


    Meet Charlotte "The Fashion Chef" Neuville, author of STYLISH CAKES: The Extraordinary Confections of the Fashion Chef, a Harper Design book presenting more than 60 stylish, masterfully designed, delicious confections. Charlotte parlayed her successful 30-year fashion design career into her lifelong dream – a couture cake design business. After graduating from The French Culinary Institute in 2011 and interning with master cake designer Ron Ben-Israel, she opened her business a year later. The Fashion Chef has shown the culinary world that merging the pastry arts, fashion, and beauty can produce visually compelling and equally sumptuous creations. Info: www.thefashionchef.com.