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Campus Conflict Resolution Services (CCRS), blogtalkradio is a series of shows on addressing conflict. Conflict is everywhere, in the classroom, workplace, among families, friendships, and even your roommate! Learn how to recognize conflict and how to address it!
Our century is permanently presenting paradoxical situations. Thanks to Globalization, the economical vicissitudes of Gambia can produce a decided influence in Bolivia. Even though the growth of the communication media is undeniable, people feel increasingly alone. Internet has burst into our lives to stay.
Alberto Elisavetsky, director of the non-profit social network ODR Latinoamerica, will speak with us about his experiences in the use of new technologies applied to conflict resolution in Hispanic America, and how this modality can provide quick and low-cost resolution to various sorts of conflicts.
Alberto Elisavetsky is the director of ODR LATINOAMERICA. Among his most remarkable achievements, there’s the agreement of professional capacitation in distance mediation with the Justice and Human Rights Ministries of the provinces of Salta and Córdoba, Argentina. Another training agreement was made with the School of Judicial Investigation of the Judicial Power of the State of Guanajuato, Mexico. He is the director of the Observatory of Conflict in the National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina, dedicated to research and advance of conflict resolution through new technologies. He’s also a professor in the virtual modality of the University.
Tracy Culbreath has a passion for conflict resolution that began after pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Central Florida in Interpersonal Organizational Communication. After observing the consequences of poor communication on a personal and professional level, she realized she needed additional skills to address the conflicts that often resulted from communication breakdowns. Tracy graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Master’s of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Management.
On today's episode, we cover conflict resolution within the church and with people. The number of people who consider themselves Christian continues to decrease. It's not that people no longer identify with the ideology. Many are leaving because they experienced disappointment, ran into hypocrites who claimed Christ but acted as if they were in league with the enemy, or had a disagreement with a fellow Christian that couldn't be resolved.
As Christians, the Bible gives us clear direction on how we're supposed to handle conflicts within the Christian body. Unfortunately, things rarely play out like that. How many of you feel comfortable going to your leadership with an issue and feel like it'll be resolved in a positive manner? How many of you have tried to calmly resolve a conflict with a fellow brother or sister in Christ only to be met with anger instead?
We'll talk about how we're supposed to resolve conflicts and what we're to do when the other party isn't following Biblical tenets.
We tend to each have our own unique perspective on a conflict and we also have a tendancy to bring our own personal values into our judgments about conflicts. I'll be sharing with you a story that involves some unique characters and their own methods of approaching conflict in there lives. By the end of the show today we will learn how our own perspective and values affect our outlook on a conflict, personal or professional.
We also have a special guest coming in today to talk about a personal conflict in their lives, Krystle Stevens!
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In today's episode Cliffunya & Kisha will discuss what a credit charge -off is and how to dispute any inaccuracy on your credit report.
What is a Credit Charge-off? After a certian amount of time of non-payment creditors will write off an account balance.
Charge-off is difficult to remove but there are ways to dispute a charge-off which may result in it being removed from your credit report .
Unpaid charge-off can also lead to legal action (as long as the debt is within the statue of limitations).
If the statue of limitations has ran out a debtor can no longer be sued and the debt becomes uncollectable.
Account balance. Has the account been transferred or sold to a collection agency? If yes, the account balnce should show zero.
The original creditor who has sold or transferred cannot continue to report a balance owed.
Dispute the balance and ask for deletion.
Always ask for a deletion of the entire account because corrected negative informaiton doesn't improve your credit score. Keep in mind the creidt bureaus are not required to delete incorrect informaiton only to correct it.
Areas that can be disputed:
Open Date of Account
*Remember charge-off 48 months or older are no longer being used to calcuate your credit score.
Use caution when disputing charge-off you run the risk of lowering your credit score if the dispute returns verified as correct .
Today we will be talking about the five approaches to conflict and the strengths and weaknesses of each approach.
The Tiger Approach: Contesting
The Fox Approach: Compromise
The Owl Approach: Collaboration
The Teddy Bear Approach: Accommodating
The Turtle Approach: Avoiding
As well as having Colleen Battersby stop by for an interview about one of her personal conflicts!
Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa Smith, for a profound episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, January 31, 2016 @ 5:30 p.m. CST. I'll give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and tell information regarding landmark legislation on the right to assemble for prayer in public places. Our focal topic for today is, "Petitioning for Public Prayer," and we will talk about ways that we as Christians can insist and demand to exercise our legal right and duty to pray in public. Tune in for this powerful, spiritually enriching show!
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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio and joining us are the team behind the webcomic Bash Back. The comic is described as "a story of the Queer Mafia" from the minds and creativity of writers Kelsey Hercs and Lawrence Gullo and artist Fyodor Pavlov. The webcomic is updated each Monday.
After thousands of years of bloodshed, torment, and ridicule, now is the time to take what is ours. Bash Back comic is a cathartic, hyper-violent, contemporary queer revenge fantasy.
Kelsey Hercs is a playwright and performer based in New York City. Bash Back is her first foray into writing for comics, and she is thrilled that this project is the one she's cutting her comic-writing teeth on.
Russian emigre Fyodor Pavlov is a freelance illustrator, comic artist and smut peddler. In print, Pavlov’s work can be found in Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine, The Ouroboros Cycle, Queerotica: A Comics Anthology, and more. His latest comics foray is the art of Bash Back. Together with his husband and creative partner Lawrence Gullo, he co-directs Dr. Sketchy's NYC, throws costume parties and raises a very spoiled cat.
Lawrence Gullo - Writer, colorist, and graphic design for Bash Back. Artist and performance artist. Speaker on transgender issues.
We want to hear your questions. Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
Welcome to another episode of On Point. For today's show we ask- Why do we make resolutions? Why do we not hold onto resolutions? What is the origin of resolution making? Are they a necessity of the New Year celebration? In our segment- just an observation, we are going to discuss resolutions- the positive and negative. We want to hear from you and about resolutions that you have made and kept or perhaps...let dissolve into the ethereal void that is the New Year. Reach out or follow us on Twitter @onpointphx or e-mail us at email@example.com during the show. As always, you can call us at 347-855-8662.
Politicians during election periods in their campaigns always promise to do better and offer workable policies upon forming government. However, is this a reality or simply campaign jargon, because the case for Zambia has shown that in an economy solely dependant on a donor funded budget and major industries owned by foreign multi nationals the major questions needing attention is that; What is Zambia's economic policy? Do Zambia's political parties present any economic ideologies to argue their quest for State House? Join our power packed ZBTR round table team.