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Host Lori Wilk interviews Dr. Richard Kaye about negotiation skills and how learning them can be a benefit to your business and personal life. Dr.Richard Kaye travels the globe teaching entrepreneurs and executives these powerful success strategy tools. Richard's classes. coursework, and upcoming events can be found at http://www.RichardKaye.com.
The phone lines will be open during our show and you're always invited to call-in and speak to our guests and hosts at 347.237.5638.
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It was said by Henry Ford the pioneer of the automobile industry that Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
Many individuals are either unaware, or unable to bring people on their side. They may resort to scare tactics, and the iron fist. In reality, every communication and every conflict situation needs to be completed with a win-win proposal.
In this episode we will discuss the importance of negotiation skills in leadership quality, and discuss some methods for offering win-win scenarios for the process of business and interpersonal success.
Margaret A. Neale is the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management. She was the Graduate School of Business John G. McCoy-Banc One Corporation Professor of Organizations and Dispute Resolution from 2000-2012. Trust Faculty Fellow in 2011-2012 and in 2000-2001. From 1997-2000, she was the Academic Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Professor Neale's major research interests include bargaining and negotiation, distributed work groups, and team composition, learning, and performance. She is the author of over 70 articles on these topics and is a coauthor of three books: Organizational Behavior: A Management Challenge (third edition) (with L. Stroh and G. Northcraft) (Erlbaum Press, 2002); Cognition and Rationality in Negotiation (with M.H. Bazerman) (Free Press, 1991); Negotiating Rationally (with M.H. Bazerman) (Free Press, 1992); and one research series Research on Managing in Groups and Teams (with Elizabeth Mannix) (Emerald Press).
From busy corporate gal to even busier mother of four with one special needs child, Toni Spilsbury realized early on the importance of family mealtime. With a passion for cooking and a desire to save time while maintaining balance in her life, she created a way of cooking through detailed planning and organization and is now sharing her enthusiasm for taking “back” the family dinner in The Organized Cook. Toni understands and connects with the unique demands of today’s busy mom with her recently released book The Organized Cook- Busy Mom’s Remedy to Dinnertime Ruts and Runaway Grocery Bills, which helps other on-the-go moms save time and money at the grocery store and in the kitchen while cooking healthy delicious family dinners. In 2006, Toni Spilsbury co-founded Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation with the mission to build the first school for the blind in Nevada.
Negotiation skills are required to get a job. Especially to get a good paying job you really want to do. Work for life believes life should get better day by day. If you are not seeing progress in your work life, it is time to spend some time with Work for Life.
We prepare you to get a job and retain employment. We help you set goals to assure yourself of more money in less than 3 months. We can help you get well deserved promotions. There is one thing all of these require. Negotiation skills.
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Learn tomorrows communication skills that put you ahead of everyone by being able to focus easily on what another is saying instead of looking for dangerous stimulation elsewhere during a conversation. Not only will you hear another more distinctly, they will appreciate your skills highly as they are understood while using these futuristic skills. You can learn them now.
Find easier ways to communicate yourself by listening eaasier what others are saying first. The patience you have will make you a better communicator.
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Learn a new communication skill for listening better than you have ever done in 15 short minutes. Show is hosted by Rick Goodfriend, instructor for Nonviolent Communication, a way to bring more trust and clarity to your communication. .Know that when you listen powerfully to others they will listen more to what you have to say.
Go to http://Rick Goodfriend.com to download an important Needs / Values Sheet to help you connect more to your values while listening and to thiers. Find out a great tip for listening more and it's surprising benefits.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, January 21, 2015, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about how to maximize the cowbell principle, and this week we're going to talk about managing the softer skills of your personal brand.
What rings true today in a world gone social that demands transparency and authenticity is the fact that your reputation is your personal brand. And vice-versa.
But with everything so "on" and online virtually all the time, what happened to body language? Nothing actually. In fact, it's more important than ever, because we spend so much time online. Body language conveys everything from confidence to approachability; it's more honest than the spoken word.
Literally in the blink of an eye, we can make someone feel quite valued or unceremoniously dismissed. That's why developing our softer skills is the new differentiator.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn about how to manage the softer skills of your personal brand with this week’s guest: Deborah Thomas-Nininger, Founder of DTN Productions International-Hallmark of Etiquette, a "Reputation Management” training company.
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: Dice, Hootsuite, SAP/SuccessFactors, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Fisher Vista and HRmarketer Insight.
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Child and Family Therapist Jef Gazley will be our speaker on this re-broadcast show with his topic of Communication and Listening Skillspaart 1. More than 50% of marriages end up in divorce these days. Why is that? Communication and Listening Skills play a major role. Jef will speak about the principles of communication, assertiveness, and healthy boundaries. He will also discuss how shame and abandonment issues can derail healthy communication because adults react to these conditions by reverting to more childlike feelings and behavior. His website is www.asktheinternettherapist.com
SILENCE = THE LANGUAGE OF POVERTY
WHAT IS ONE THE BARRIERS TO FINANCIAL WEALTH & SUCCESS?
Children whose families are on welfare hear about 600 words per hour. Working-class children hear 1,200 words per hour, and children from professional families hear 2,100 words per hour. By age 3, a poor child would have heard 30 million fewer words in their home environment than a child from a professional family.
SO WHAT IS THE ANSWER..........
INCREASE YOUR VOCABULARY / COMMUNICATION SKILLS!
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Host Lori Wilk interviews Dr.Richard Kaye for tips about how to use negotiation skills for more success in business and personal transactions. Dr. Kaye demonstrates the power of understanding and practicing negotiating skills whether you're negotiating with yourself, family members or strangers. This is a fast-paced episode and live call-in show so your're invited to ask questions and connect with your hosts while we're on the air at 347.237.5638. Follow on Twitter@Successipes.
Just think about how passionate you are in the bedroom compared to the person you was with in the past who might have been great or not so great in your sexual escapades. Was it that persons skills or that persons personal feel or touch that made you consider them to be bomb or bammer as a lover?