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Over the course of her twenty-five year career as an acquiring editor at Simon & Schuster and the Editor-in-Chief of Plume, Cherise Fisher has edited and published several bestselling and award-winning authors. As an agent, she is interested in working with novelists committed to perfecting their craft as storytellers and non-fiction writers who are experts on a variety of topics such as personal development, health and sexuality, racial identity, spirituality, and pop culture.
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Sharvette Mitchell, who serves on the James River Writers Board of Directors, works with entrepreneurs to help them build their online platform so that they generate more revenue with an amazing online brand. She does this in a couple of ways with web design services, personal branding, social media coaching, and conferences. She is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and for over 12 years she has hosted a weekly talk radio show every Tuesday at 6 pm EST - The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show. Lastly, Sharvette is the visionary author of the book collaboration, PROPEL - The Essential Handbook for Emerging Women in Business & Leadership and the upcoming book collaboration, POUR - The Secret Effects of Giving and Serving in Small Business and Leadership. Find out more at http://mitchell-productions.com/
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Viki Winterton interviews Andrea Molberg, PhD!
Dr. Andrea Molberg, as both an organizational and counseling psychologist, has spent her career helping people get along and organizations be more effective. As consultant, trainer, and executive coach she has worked with Fortune 500 companies, professional and trade associations, health care organizations, non-profits, start-ups, governmental agencies, and educational institutions for over 35 years. Her executive coaching clients include physicians, police chiefs, executives, and entrepreneurs.
In her #1 International bestseller, Emergency Kit for Finding Common Ground, Andrea explains how and why America is dangerously divided. She offers field-tested techniques for bridging the divide and helping people disagree without being disagreeable. Along with answers to “How can Americans be so far apart?!” and “What do Americans as a people have in common?” the book offers ways to communicate with influence and overcome resistance to change during this health/economic/racial crisis. This toolkit provides skills for lowering defensiveness and polarization. For readers of every political persuasion, there are useful tips and specific phrases for respectfully managing differences before, during, and after the 2020 presidential election.