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Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss "Workplace Communication Challenges and Strategies to Succeed".
When you took the job that you have now, did you hope it would make you happy?
If so, perhaps you've been surprised -- or even disappointed.
Whether it's a difficult boss, competitive time demands, or work that's simply not engaging, the stresses we face at work are real and consequential.
Here's what we'll cover: Navigating Office Gossip, An Aggressive Workplace Culture, The Defensive Colleague, Being Honest at Work --With Yourself and Others, Unconscious Body Language, Email Communication and Constant Interruptions.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433, and we'll share several challenges and the coping strategies you'll need to succeed at the workplace.
Segment 1: Tim Sanders is the former Yahoo! Chief Solutions officer and the author of four books including one of my favorites, “Love is the Killer App”. His new book is called “Dealstorming: The Secret Weapon That Can Solve Your Toughest Sales Challenges”.
Segment 2: Mindy MacKenzie is an accomplished corporate executive, a highly acclaimed speaker, and CEO advisor. Before starting her advisory practice, Mindy served as Chief Performance Officer of Beam, Inc. She is the author of “The Courage Solution: The Power of Truth Telling with Your Boss, Peers, and Team”.
Segment 3: Dan Rust is the author of “Workplace Poker: Are You Playing the Game or Just Getting Played?”, and founder of Frontline Learning, an international publisher of corporate training resources.
Segment 4: Sonny Chatrath is travel industry veteran with 24 years of experience in almost every aspect of travel, having worked in Airline Consolidation, Leisure, as well as Corporate Travel. He is also an actor and an amateur chef.
Segment 5: Justin Roff-Marsh, the founder and President of Ballistix and author of the new book, The Machine: A Radical Approach to the Design of the Sales Function. Justin is considered by many as the thought leader in Sales Process Engineering, a radical new approach to the management of the sales function. He is also the editor of the popular Sales Process Engineering blog, read by thousands of people around the world.
Sponsored by Nextiva and Staples.
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Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, the Executive Vice President of the New York Board of Rabbis is our very special guest today. The Rabbi will discuss how we can cope with the many challenges around the globe so we can feel safe and secure in the midst of the insanity that is all around us.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we continue our discussion about Workplace Communication Challenges and the Strategies for coping with our workplace colleagues.
Only a fraction of what we communicate comes through the words we speak. Our facial expressions, posture and tone of voice all play a role.
We communicate emotionally and energetically. If two people sit together in a room, an EKG can measure how the electronic eneregy of one person's heart affects the other.
If you become aware of the fact that your body sends messages of its own, you'll gain insight into the response of others toward you. You can also gain control ofthe messages you send.
Tune in this Saturday as we share how most workplace conflicts and discomfort can be avoided by practicing and exercising three simple methods. 347-945-7433.
THE CHALLENGES OF FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS
A real treat, a true expert in the field, Jackson College Profesor Amelia Gamel , author of "Help! My College Students Can't Read" returns ..an important show for K-12 and Higher Ed professionals.
ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES OF MATH/STEM TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION
Math Education professors and returning guests, former NCTM president Mike Shaughnessy and AMTE president Christine Thomas on professional standards, professional development needs, etc.
Lori Karpman is a dynamic and articulate businesswoman with essential professional designations and over 25 years of real-world business experience in a variety of corporate and not-for-profit environments. A strong leader and valued team-player with outstanding interpersonal skills, Lori understands that communication and respect for human values is the key to productivity and bottom line results.
But her story is not complete without an understanding of the trials and tribulations of her journey to success. Lori’s struggle with abuse, the lost her health to Crohn’s disease, her divorced after 20 years of marriage, and the tragic loss of both her parents, were all challenges that would set anyone back. This motivational session is always well received as it motivates others to move forward and past whatever their blockages are. Her drive, positive outlook on life and sheer will lead her from defeat to glory. Lori’s personal story is one of personal human interest and has both touched and motivated audiences.
Contact Lori at LoriKarpman.com and find great resources at www.enliten-ment.com
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