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This month's guest, Dee Daley, is a business leader with a 20-plus year record of leading organizational change initiatives for corporations including GE Healthcare, GE Capital and Office Depot. She recently presented on the topic of How to Deal With Difficult People at the Change Management 2015 Global Conference.
As change management professionals our success often depends upon our ability to influence without authority and to influence “difficult” people. Surprisingly, the research shows that 75 percent of the people with whom we interact at work and play are different from us in many ways such as how they make decisions, how they react when stressed and how they prefer to manage a project. It is these differences that frequently cause tension and strife. Listen in to hear what you can do about it!
Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, a weekly show with the luminaries of behavioral science.
On this show, psychiatrist, business coach, and hostage negotiation trainer Dr. Mark Goulston explains how you can deal with the truly difficult people in your life -- and how to cut your own "crazy" as well. His new book we'll be discussing: Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life.
Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sun from 7-7:30 pm PT and 10-10:30 pm ET, here at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.
Please support the show by buying my science-based and funny book on how we call all behave less counterproductively, "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck." It's only about $11 at Amazon, brand new. And along with positive reviews in the WSJ and other publications, Library Journal gave the book a starred review: "Verdict: Solid psychology and a wealth of helpful knowledge and rapier wit fill these pages. Highly recommended."
Join Amorea and I tonight at 8pm EST as we talk about Generational Curses. We hear about them, talk about them, but what are they? How are they started? How are they diagnosed? What causes them? And most importantly, how do we rid ourselves and our families of them? We'll be on the porch and we're sure this'll be a show you don't want to miss! See you on the porch at 8pm EST! (646) 564-9782
P2P's Global Health Forum presents Dr. Jignesh Shah and Dr. Roberto Amado-Cattaneo for a discussion on cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular surgery. Dr. Shah completed fellowship training in cardiology and sub-specialty training in cardiac electrophysiology at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess medical Center of Harvard Medical School. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology. Dr. Shah has a faculty appointment at University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky and has a thriving practice at Boulder Community Health in Denver. He is currently working with medical schools in Ethiopia to establish a cardiology fellowship training program. Dr. Roberto Amado-Cattaneo is a thoracic and cardiac surgeon practicing in Great Falls, Montana. He is board certified in Thoracic Surgery, is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the International Society of Endovascular Specialists. Dr. Cattaneo has many years of experience in his field and has performed numerous coronary artery bypass surgeries and valve replacements. He has been working with the Children's Fund of Ethiopia and made several trips there to perform valve replacements in children with rheumatic heart disease.
Join BluPrint Radio today when we interview Chris Jones on today's topic: "Dealing with Difficult People in the Workplace." Chris will share tips on how to best build workplace relationships and how to diffuse discussions that might lead to a flare-up and violent behavior. Chris is an Executive Trainer with BluPrint. Pior to joining BluPrint, Chris served as a U.S. Marine Corps Reservist, a U.S. Secret Service Officer (White House Police), and spent many years in Law Enforcement in the State of Maryland. Later, Chris was selected as the Marketing and Program Manager for the Officer Next-Door Program with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Noted as one of the most dynamic professional youth speakers in America today, Chris is a subject matter expert in people dynamics & enjoys connecting with and speaking to millennials on various subject matters preparing them to be leaders. Through the use of powerful skits, dynamic insights and real-life illustrations, Chris’ message challenges teenagers and encourages them to make positive choices in their lives.
This will be an exciting show - please join us!
Working Together For Change: A Path to Happiness
Welcome to Happiness Index. Alone we can build sand hills, together we can build mountains. Join us on a Happiness Index today and share your views on what it means to work together. The change you want to see in the world is as easy as reaching out to another. Join the conversation and share your wisdom Working Together For Change by calling (347) 539-5818.
Wondering what alternatives you have to financing the pharmaceutical industry? It’s that time of year for the flu bug. Been on the fence about changing your eating habits? Trouble sleeping? Just simply want to live a healthier life?
Also, income tax refund season is coming. The time many people will go out and purchase autos. Are you planning to? Ever purchase a car and learned later that you’ve been screwed? Ever wondered what’s going on in that back room at the dealer as you sit there waiting? Guest Calvin Perdue, President and CEO at Automotive Media Group will be on to discuss what you should know when planning to purchase an auto before, and during the negotiation. Calvin is also a founder of Next .thletics Basketball and we will discuss the youth basketball program.
Will also replay interview from class of "75" reunion picnic (Duwain Bailey, Smokey, Kevin Farmer)
Continuing our week of being thankful, I am truly thankful for our regular Wednesday guests Susan Demas, the Publisher and Editor of Inside Michigan Politics and a featured political columnist at MLive.com, Amy Hunter our LGBTQ activist and advocate and director of the Transgender Project with the ACLU of Michigan, our featured guest with Planned Parenthood and our continued and necessary partnership with Workers Independent News. What's not to be thankful for, right?
Join us on-air by calling 347-308-8392 or e-mail Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can like us on Facebook at Tony Trupiano or at The Voice of the People and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @ VOTPTony.
What can you do when a situation turns sour? Well, you can become bitter, angry and upset, or you can take what the Universe has dished up for you and you can turn it into a learning experience.
No one wants to hear that, though, do they. We are so tired of hearing things like, "There's a lesson in here for you somewhere..." Sometimes you just want to cry, run away and hide. But as a spiritual being who is growing up, it's time to assume your role as a leader, as a grown up and begin to face down these things one by one. For example, suppose you have to reprimand someone who works for you but you don't want to do it because you don't really know the best way to do it without upsetting her or causing more stress. But to avoid it is creating even more stress.
Here's an opportunity. It's a golden opportunity to ask what's really the issue here? Is there fear behind wanting to avoid the confrontation? Does it need to be done? Yes! How will you handle it? When you're the boss, you have to do what you have to do. It's no different in life. If someone is treating you unfairly, you must learn to speak up for yourself. This week, we'll explore how to navigate the difficult terrain of sticky situations with grace, ease and guidance from our angels and higher selves.