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  • Become a Virtual Judge or Have Your Case Settled on the Net- Part 1

    in Relationships

    Brav is a new way for people of any age to find a solution to bullying, violence, and conflict. Find out why this is so important and join our guest, Remi Alli to learn how to settle family, school, and workplace disputes online.

    Along with her JD, Remi Alli is a psychology graduate of the University of Michigan -- Ann Arbor. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Health Law and Policy from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She has mediated for over 15 years, resolving thousands of cases, and is a trained and certified mediator through the Supreme Court of Ohio. She has written for Forbes, Neuroscience for Kids, among others, and received the top prize in the nation for her legal writing through the American Judges Association. She also served as a teacher of law through the Law & Leadership Institute.

    Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. Helping people resolve problems and improve their performance is his passion and profession.

    Stephen is one of only two individuals to have been employed by both of the nation’s two largest Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) membership organizations – the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution and the Association for Conflict Resolution.

    Stephen has conducted trainings to international and national audiences in, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Germany, Northern Ireland and across the United States.

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    Show #131: Relationship Between Unresolved Conflict & Employee Engagement

    in Business

    Join us as we explore the relationship between unresolved conflict in the workplace and a breakdown in employee engagement. We examine the impact on trust, understanding and productivity and explore the role of mediation and the benefits its can bring in terms of employee voice, line management effectiveness, restoration of the psychological contract and creating a culture of collaboration.

    David Liddle is the founder and CEO of The TCM Group, one of the largest and most well established mediation companies in the UK.

    For the past 20 years David has been successfully promoting the principles and practices of mediation and non-violence across numerous walks of life including neighbourhoods, schools, prisons, workplaces and boardrooms. David has been instrumental in transforming attitudes to conflict management within UK business and he has played a major role in cementing mediation as a credible and mainstream activity for some of the most well-known and valued brands.

    David is an engagement expert with the Engage for Success movement. He has developed training and consultancy programmes to help organisations develop and embed employee engagement programmes, with mediation at their heart. David is also President of the Professional Mediators’ Association – the independent trade body for mediators in the UK.

    Host: Jo Dodds

  • Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council at Fisher & Phillips!

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Lead Radio, as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Jackie Greenbaum, Client Relations Manager at Fisher & Phillips, LLP.

    The Fisher & Phillips Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council Strives to Advance Women Within the Firm and in the Legal Community.  Fisher & Phillips greatly values the importance of having women leaders throughout the firm, the legal profession, and in our communities. The firm has a long history of promoting women. In an effort to advance that commitment, the firm developed its Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council (WILC). 

    The WILC committee is comprised of partners, associates, and staff from their offices around the nation. WILC has been charged with several important missions.  Jackie is a member of the WILC.  

    Jackie Greenbaum began her career with Fisher & Phillips as a Human Resources Paralegal in August 1995.  In the years that followed, she grew and developed into the firm’s Client Relations Manager for California. She also began various projects targeted at advancing women in the legal community years before it was fashionable to do so.

    Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce.

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    Nepotism in the Work Place

    in Entertainment

    Nepotism in the workplace

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    Dealing With Stress at Work: What to Do When Your Boss Yells at You

    in Business

    Has your boss, or another co-worker ever yelled at you? How did you feel? What did you do about it? Perhaps it made you feel angry, frustrated and upset and you kept it inside. Or perhaps you complained to Human Resources or some higher authority within your company. Or did you yell back, or walk away or even quit your job?

    These may seem like the only options available to you and, if you're anything like most of the people I work with, you will have felt powerless and kept everything to yourself, resulting in feelings of stress, anxiety and frustration that lead to physical pain.

    Step 1 - It's Really Not About You

    The first step is to recognize that when someone yells at you or makes you feel bad, it's because their own insecurities are coming up.

    Step 2 - Ask Yourself These Questions

    The second step is to ask yourself some questions:

    What it is that you need to learn about yourself from this situation?
    Why have you attracted this particular situation into your life?
    How is this person making you feel?
    What insecurities and fears has this person triggered in you?

    Turning the focus away from the other person and their behavior in this way helps you to take your power back and stop feeling like a victim.

    (look up article Bullying in the workplace)

  • 00:36

    Sermons by Pastor Rufus Fields

    in Religion

    Join us each Friday at 2 pm CST on blogtalkradio.com/aswifttradio to listen to the broadcast "Sermons by Pastor Rufus Fields." Every Friday Pastor Rufus Fields will deliver a powerful message to the masses. Pastor Fields messages are timely, encouraging and life changing.

    Rufus Fields is the pastor of World Harvest Global Church in Desoto, Texas and co-founder of God’s Anointed Ministries along with his wife Glenda Fields. He is a father of two sons. He is also a psalmist, preacher, author, teacher, motivational speaker, and visionary. The love, peace, compassion and power of God’s Word is revealed through the anointed melodious sounds of Rufus. His vocal style and range exhibits soothing balm that brings peace that surpasses all understanding, yet it penetrates the inner walls of every soul, broken, bond, bruised, shattered, and wounded soaring heights that can destroy every stronghold, break every yoke, and chain of bondage of the enemy to the glory of God the Father. Rufus has ministered prophetic logos, and right now rhema across the country from the choir to the pulpit, from the workplace to various platforms demonstrating the Word of God with power, authority, and clarity, showing that it is as effective today as it was yesterday in all the world and the church alike. For more information on Pastor Rufus Fields and his sermons you can contact him by e-mail at: gam@godsanointedministries.com

    You can check www.aswifttradio.net for upcoming shows or you can call us direct at 1-800-775-2708 ext. 3060. You can also e-mail us at: news@aswifttradio.net to give us your feedback on the show. Thank you for tuning in and listening to our program

  • 00:28

    HR Happy Hour #222: Live from New York with ADP!

    in Business

    Join Steve Boese and me in an episode we recorded LIVE at the ADP Analyst Day in New York City.  We were thrilled to have Don Weinstein, SVP of Product Management at ADP, join us to talk about HR technology, the future needs of the workplace and share some of the exciting things ADP has been working on that are being released.

    Don tells us how ADP is addressing the pain points of HR leaders and of business leaders in general.  The discussion about the ADP Marketplace and the 60+ apps that are already available expanded to the more than 350 partners that are in the pipeline.  ADP is transforming HCM by interconnecting the technology with the expertise they have and all the data that they have too.

    ADP is going through a great deal of innovation right now from the hiring process to the time that an employee leaves a company.  Tune in to hear how they are working to not only address the pain points leaders have, but to anticipate what the future needs of the organization will be.  Thanks to ADP and Don Weinstein for your hospitality at ADP Analyst Day and for sharing some of the exciting approaches you are taking to HCM and to work!





  • 00:52

    The Power of Healthy Habits & Best Practices for Employee Communication

    in Business

    On this week's program, hosts Andrew Dietz and Doug Field welcome special guests from WellRight and GuideSpark to the program to discuss trends and best practices in workplace wellness, employee engagement and more.

    For the first segment, the hosts welcome two guests from WellRight – Tad Mitchell, president and CEO, and Michael Guercio, content manager – to discuss their newly published book on workplace wellness. Co-authors Michael and Tad set off on a journey to figure out what makes people healthy. Their goal was to cut through today’s information overload and create a concise list of what is most important. Along the way, they discovered the power of habits. The result is a remarkably fresh and simple approach to wellness. In this interview, Michael and Tad will share the highlights of their journey and explain how their approach to wellness works.

    For the second segment, the hosts talk with Keith Kitani, CEO and co-founder of GuideSpark. The choices surrounding health care and benefits can be particularly tricky for employees; the industry jargon and sheer volume of the materials associated with benefits are often overwhelming. Yet, as benefits continue to be a differentiating factor for many organizations, in terms of attracting new talent and retaining current employees, employers must be able to simplify these often complicated topics and ensure their employees are well educated on the options available. Figuring out how best to communicate complex information in a way that enables employees and their families to identify and enroll in the best options is key to creating an engaged, satisfied, healthy and productive workforce.  

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    Transformation Time with Transformation Tom- Guest Al Manganiello

    in Business

    Al Manganiello has worked in two branches of state government and three sectors all with the common themes of Customer Reputation, Relationship Management, and Organizational Effectiveness.    Most recently he has authored the creative and award-winning management book, "Ravioli Rules: A Manager’s Guide to Get the Workplace Cooking!"


  • The Neuroscience of What Keeps Leaders Up at Night

    in Business

    The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).

    Last week we talked about workplace trends through the eyes of Millennials, and this week we’re going to talk about the neuroscience of what keeps leaders up at night.

    Leadership has two common derailers: one is being too busy to win and the other is being too proud to see.

    The former looks at the psychology and neuroscience behind being overwhelmed due to constant connection. There’s definitely a link between this and the impact it has on our productivity, performance, focus and general state of being. 

    The latter deals with the psychology and neuroscience behind change in the workplace. As humans we are wired to resist change at all costs (our brains are literally designed to fight it). 

    Understanding the human side of change and our innate biases can help all of us move through change more effectively and efficiently.  

    Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about the neuroscience of what keeps leaders up at night with this week’s guest: Dr. Nicole Lipkin, sought-after speaker and business psychologist and author of What Keeps Leaders Up at Night and Y in the Workplace: Managing the “Me First” Generation.

    Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors, partners and supporters!

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    Getting Unstuck at Work: Increasing Your Options

    in Work

    We often have a lot more possibilities at work than we realize. Best selling author Bob Rosner and corporate recruiter and "suit' Bea Swanson discuss how to increase your options at work. WorkImprov is a podcast conversation where you can gain new insight about suriving the workplace grind.

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