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Managers and leaders need to be able to confidently have 7 Significant Conversations if they are to achieve the desired business outcomes WITH an engaged and motivated team. What are those conversations? How do we have difficult conversations? What about conversations that are challenging, crucial, critical ... Conversations can change organisations. They can develop relationships, improve standards, increase results - conversations can even save lives. After 21 years as a freelance Consulta ...
 
Ease the difficult conversations around prognosis and end-of-life care by listening to fellow family physicians’ stories about what it is like to have the conversation. You can learn from your colleagues how to communicate effectively and compassionately with patients about their treatment options, including possible medical interventions and palliative care. CAFP is dedicated to ensuring that both family physicians and patients feel comfortable discussing these difficult topics and hopes to ...
 
Our mission is Thriving Companies, Great Leaders. Avoiding Tough Conversations as leaders keeps us stuck and small, and is horrendously expensive. Our teams and companies are less engaged, experiencing conflict, and sometimes even quitting. But having Tough Conversations with courage and skill can become the defining moments of our careers, our relationships, and our lives. And employees become happier, thriving contributors who want to stick around because they love their job. David Wood ta ...
 
Mental Health/PsychoeducationThe purpose of this podcast is to bring about self-awareness as it relates to your thinking patterns, feelings, communication style, ability to regulate your emotions, and respond to difficult situations. These crucial conversations are designed to empower and encourage you to enhance your self-knowledge, self-discipline, self-consciousness and empathy for others.
 
Welcome to Unspoken: Conversations with Candace Where we talk openly about “taboo” topics in order to spark difficult and uncomfortable conversations. Where we allow a safe place for anyone who has had trauma to be heard. Unspoken Conversations with Candace is about speaking your truth by using your voice because you matter. Each episode will feature a guest who will talk candidly about their personal journey that will give you the feeling of HOPE that no matter what you are going through, n ...
 
Welcome to the UNFORGETTABLE CONVERSATIONS PODCAST where I introduce you to people from all walks of life, from experts in their fields to ordinary people who lead extraordinary lives. I’m pulling back the curtain every week on sometimes difficult, often hilarious, always engaging conversations that promise to be unforgettable. Join me, your host Sandi McKenna, as we take a “deep dive” into real, raw, life-changing conversations that I hope resonate with you, uplift you and give you a roadma ...
 
We create a safe space where women can be transparent about life's hard truths. Some of the conversations are difficult ones, but they are all real and relevant and so we sit down to have these transparent, heart-to-heart discussions which provide women with practical nuggets on how to navigate the real life issues they encounter on their journey of faith. Whilst there are several channels through which women can engage in dialogue, many still long for the opportunity to go beyond the surfac ...
 
The Carmelite Conversations podcast centers on the teachings of Carmelite Spirituality and their application to our busy modern lives. It provides counsel on how to live the Carmelite call to combine contemplative prayer with service to the Church, while at the same time providing guidance on how to make progress in holiness.
 
Conversations in Recovery was dreamed up with the hope of creating a safe space for meaningful and difficult discussions. We operate with the belief that every story is worthy of being told. Our episodes explore topics ranging from sexual abuse, generational trauma, addiction recovery, and much more. Additionally we talk with artists, academics, activists, and mental health professionals who are working to give voice to victims and change the way mental health issues are perceived. To suppor ...
 
Real conversations are the ones that move things forward in relationships, that cause growth and improvement, and which are the ones that ultimately matter. In business and in life. Being able to be authentic and real, to confront (and handle being confronted) when needed, be open and tell the truth, ask for help, even say no and speak up for ourselves, are conversations that many of us find challenging and difficult. Yet they are the conversations that count. Telana Simpson helps bright, ta ...
 
The advertising and marketing industry is embarrassingly white and middle class. It’s time that we have some uncomfortable conversations and face up to some difficult truths. This podcast is aimed at giving a platform to people from all of the amazing communities across advertising and marketing who are leading the charge, diversifying our industry and bringing it into the 21st Century. We intend to answer questions like what are the key issues? How do they intersect? And how can we all beco ...
 
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Divorce Conversations for Women

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Divorce Conversations for Women

Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA® | The Women’s Financial Wellness Center

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Divorce produces more stress for women than any other life event except for the death of a spouse. Even at the best of times, financial confidence may seem out of reach. It requires diligence and a deep understanding of your finances. For many of us that is a difficult, sometimes impossible task. We live in a complicated world. It’s not just a matter of income coming in and expenses going out. Having access to knowledge and sound information can provide you with the confidence to face those ...
 
Our society, Our America is in an authentic conversation crisis. There is still a lot to learn and unlearn about living life as our best selves. Having meaningful conversations about our lives spiritual & natural most diverse issues take courage, topics that get people talking. This podcast is designed to discuss those topics that effect and challenge us in our everyday lives. The courageous conversation with the man or woman in the mirror is the most difficult one of them all. With Colorful ...
 
When President Lyndon Baines Johnson dedicated his presidential library in 1971, he declared, "It's all here, the story of our time—with the bark off." Since then, in keeping with his vision, the LBJ Library has been a forum for the biggest names and best minds of our day to address the issues of our time. This podcast brings those conversations straight to you, featuring new interviews as well as recent "best of" live programming from the LBJ Library. Insightful, revealing conversations—"wi ...
 
Randy Wooden & Teddy Burriss discuss topics related to job hunting, LinkedIn, and areas of life we can discuss publicly, which provides value for others. Each week on Wednesdays at 11:55 AM EST Randy & Teddy bring a Special Guest to the show to discuss topics of interest to business professionals in career transition and business. We always host a casual conversation around preselected relevant topic points. We always pull the audience into the conversations where possible and practical to a ...
 
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Convincing Conversations

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Convincing Conversations

Martin Richards and Chris White

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The skills of conversations, taught through the lens of two experienced Hostage and Crisis Negotiators. Chris and Martin have a combined forty years of experience in hostage and crisis negotiations. Hear them talk through a range of incidents, from dealing with armed sieges, suicide interventions and overseas deployments for the UK government. They discuss how we can all take the skills used in these encounters and apply them to business and private conversations. For an intensive 5 week onl ...
 
There are a lot of really important topics that we need to talk about - things like whether or not a god exists, if science and religion are compatible, and how to understand Christianity apart from all of our American additions. In this podcast, we’re going to discuss difficult, controversial, and deep questions in order to hopefully find some answers.
 
This weekly podcast discusses the challenges facing men in a postmodern society. We discuss difficult issues openly with men and encourage successful relationship building at home, work, and socially. You may listen to our podcast on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2wegQQD YouTube: https://bit.ly/2Rwm4VM Spreaker: https://bit.ly/2FdCg7E iHeart Radio Page: https://ihr.fm/2RabXXv Spotify: https://bit.ly/2LPXkT7 Google Play Music: https://bit.ly/2Vv9PrO iTunes Radio:https://apple.co/2Qo1l1Z Hope you j ...
 
Since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) work across Canada and the TRC Calls to Action, all Canadians have been challenged to join the journey of reconciliation. Due to this call we have seen the term reconciliation become increasingly popular in our news cycle, organizational mandates, and within our churches. But how are people interpreting and working towards reconciliation? Senator Murray Sinclair stated, "If you thought the truth was hard, reconciliation will be harder." Thi ...
 
Most challenges in our organisations and systems are human challenges at their core. Join Cathy Presland and Maren Enkelmann in conversation as they bring an unconventional perspective to human nature at work. Be more of who you are and achieve more of what you want.
 
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Dr. Mark Lawrence is the Director of the LBJ Presidential Library and a former professor of history at The University of Texas at Austin. An expert on the Lyndon Johnson years, he is the author of three books relating to America’s foreign policy during the period. His latest, The End of Ambition: The United States and the Third World in the Vietnam…
 
Anyone familiar with the writings of St. Therese of the Child Jesus knows that she struggles in dealing with difficult people, both as a young child and as a religious sister. Importantly, she also triumphed in learning how to embrace difficult people. What practical tips would Therese tell us about living with difficult family members, friends, ne…
 
Attorney Dennis Vetrano talks with Rhonda about ways you can build your team and set yourself up for financial success. They discuss pre and post nups, the importance of setting up a budget, and ways to prepare yourself for a healthy financial future separate from your spouse. You don’t want to miss any of this conversation! -- Today’s guest is Den…
 
Sara Rosinsky is an independent copywriter working under the banner of Shiny Red Copy. Sara is a logophile (rhymes with DOG-uh-file), which means she is a word-lover. Whether she is coming up with a company name, a tagline, a campaign concept, or the text that appears on product packaging, she loves finding (or creating) the best words to get the j…
 
You can prepare meticulously for a Confident Conversation by having all the facts to hand, researching relevant history, being able to offer specific examples of the topic BUT if your head is not in the right place and your thinking is faulty, it can all go pear-shaped and the conversation gets messy. As human beings we can experience cognitive dis…
 
April Kelly was working for PayPal before they were PayPal, laying the foundation and building a call center from the ground up. Her next role, as the Senior Director of Customer Operations at LinkedIn, would place her in the center of another dot com revolution, social media. She started, staffed, and unlocked the doors to the customer service cen…
 
As a big fan of Confident Conversations, I was intrigued to see Helen Frewin's book "Better than Confidence" - and of course I had to ask, what could be better than confidence? Well, as Helen explains to us, confidence is indeed a good thing, but there are simple and effective tools that we can all use that are better than trying to build confidenc…
 
God Feels Distant. How often have you felt that way or heard another person say that? How is this manifested? Is it normal in the spiritual life? How much are we attributing this to our feelings rather than our intellect? What are some examples of when this happens? How should we respond? What is the purpose of this in the spiritual life? These are…
 
Rhonda talks with Podcast Host and Coach, Kate Anthony about how women can take care of themselves as they contemplate divorce. Kate tackles the difficult question: Should I stay, or should I go? About our guest, Kate Anthony: Kate Anthony is the host of the critically acclaimed and New York Times recommended podcast The Divorce Survival Guide Podc…
 
Cyrus Bush has a background in hospital chaplaincy as well as music performance and education. For more than a decade he has been a student and practitioner of Emotional Freedom Techniques aka Tapping - which combines the benefits of acupressure and talk psychology. He is a huge advocate of this healing tool which is why he started his business: A …
 
Unspoken: Conversations with Candace Season 2: Episode 1: Confessions for Transformation with Stephanie Stephanie was born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin, and then moved to Rockford, Illinois to live with her mom. In August 2020 she made another decision to relocate. She felt that her home was really in Las Vegas. Stephanie currently works in heal…
 
As a manager you are probably well aware of your duty of care to your team, being able to offer support and signpost to help if needed, have conversations that matter about mental health, stress and other such issues - but what if the one who is in need of help is you? There has been much more focus on employee wellbeing this last year or so, which…
 
Claire and Rhonda talk about rituals and how they help you move forward during any kind of transition. Tune in for their discussion of the 5 stages of ritual and how that can help you navigate through change. This episode gives practical tips that you can begin to implement into your life today! About our guest: Claire Jones is a Change Guide that …
 
Since this episode drops on Veterans Day, we thought we would devote it to one of our nation’s most respected veterans. Robert M. Gates spent half a century of his life devoted to public service. He started his career in the Air Force before being recruited to the CIA, where he climbed the ranks to become the agency’s director under President Georg…
 
Today, Randy was out so Sindy Martin filled in as a special co-host. Les Fenyves is a trainer and consultant on all matters related to looking for a job and to getting hired. He teaches interviewing, resume-writing, and job-search skills to individuals, plus he advises startups on how to attract, select and retain key talent. Les has offered a 'ton…
 
We know that if conflict arises in the workplace it can cause stress, tension, anxiety. Relationships can be damaged, grievances raised, performance dips and the atmosphere affected. We also know that the longer issues are left and not tackled, the wider and the more difficult the problem becomes. Sometimes both parties get so stuck in their own pe…
 
Our guest today is Tina Swithin, Author and Family Court Advocate. Tina founded One Mom’s Battle after navigating a high-conflict divorce in the California Family Court System. Rhonda and Tina discuss the importance of documentation, preparation, and strategy to take on these difficult domestic abuse cases. Grab a pen - you’ll want to take notes! C…
 
We talked today with Sam Wong about going to work for a startup and all the things you should consider before taking a startup company job. Sam is a CEO Coach and provides startup training to help entrepreneurs with great execution to become healthy, fundable companies. Sam served as CEO, CTO, or technical VP for five startups, resulting in three a…
 
This week is International Stress Awareness Week and given that stress can negatively impact our health, our behaviour, our performance at work and our relationships with others, it's important that as managers and leaders, we are able to have conversations around this subject that matter. Even more important that as an organisation, we exercise ou…
 
Our guest today is Brian Victor, Attorney, JD, and LMFT. Brian is a family law attorney in San Diego, California focusing on the mediation of divorce, child custody, and parent plans. Brian has experience as a Family Court Counselor and brings us a unique perspective on the divorce process. He and Rhonda discuss mediation options and the importance…
 
If you feel like your anxiety is getting in the way of life, then this podcast episode might be for you. Join me as I chat with Dr Susan Campbell on a therapy-tested approach that can defuse anger and stress reactions when it comes to dealing with anxiety. Topics covered include: How to get clear on your micro triggers. How asking for what you want…
 
Dr. William T. Lewis, Sr., a nationally recognized diversity and inclusion thought leader, and entrepreneur is an advisor and consultant to university presidents, and small to mid-size business leaders. As founder and president of WillHouse Global, Lewis leads a team of organizational development experts who help companies win! Lewis is the host of…
 
Mark Twain once said “Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing.” If so, as the greatest humorist of his day, Twain himself blessed our country throughout much of his life. How appropriate then, to name our nation’s highest award for comedy in his honor. Cappy McGarr co-created the John F. Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, which laun…
 
Conversations can change organisations, develop relationships, improve results, increase standards - conversations can even save lives, and there are 7 Significant Conversations that all effective managers, leaders, HR professionals and business owners should be able to have, if they are to get the best out of their team. In this episode we take a …
 
Oscar Garcia is an introvert turned international speaker & trainer. He is the Chief Empowerment Officer of Aspira Consulting, a Silicon Valley training and consulting company providing culturally relevant career development and leadership training. Oscar's goal is to empower you, so opportunities come to you Oscar joined us to discuss: How does an…
 
Menopause will impact around half the UK population directly, and indirectly will impact all of us. Employers risk losing talent and facing expensive employment tribunals for failing to support women appropriately, and this week we hear from Sarah Airey, Head of HR at Biffa, a leading UK waste management company with a predominantly male workforce,…
 
Welcome to the UNFORGETTABLE CONVERSATIONS PODCAST with host Sandi McKenna. Every week I'll introduce you to people from all walks of life. Everyone from experts in their fields to folks who have simply “lived through it”. I’m pulling back the curtain on sometimes difficult, often hilarious, always engaging conversations that promise to be unforget…
 
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Amanda Singer. Amanda is Co-Owner of West Coast Family Mediation Center. She is a Licensed Attorney, Certified Mediator, and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. Amanda’s key area of practice is mediation. According to Amanda, mediation is not going to work in all situations, but it does in a lot more than people re…
 
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in late 2019, Dr. Anthony Fauci has become a household name. As the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the chief medical advisor to the President, Dr. Fauci is the public health official who has been most visible around the pandemic. But his service to our country goes well beyond co…
 
Today 10/13/21 Melissa Hughes joined us to discuss lots of neural topics job seekers as well as all other humans can benefit from regarding our brains. Melissa is a speaker, author, and neuroscience geek. She's spent her career learning how the brain works and how to make it work better. She is also the Florida Program Director for Give Something B…
 
The theme for this year's World Mental Health Day is inequality - Mental Health in an Unequal World and in this podcast we look at what that means for employers and how they can ensure that the mental health of their employees is protected and appropriate support given when needed, without becoming counsellors or therapists. Really Useful Conversat…
 
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Gregg Murset, the CEO of BusyKid, which is the ultimate debit card and app that helps teach kids how to manage their own money. Gregg is a Certified Financial Planner and consultant who has become a great advocate for sound parenting. In this episode, Gregg shares the importance of teaching your kids the value of mo…
 
Jacob Share is a Job Search Expert, Professional Blogger, Creative Thinker, Community Builder with a sense of humor. I like to help people. Created popular job search blog JobMob back in 2007, and it has since been viewed by over 20 million people.Teddy Burriss & Randy Wooden による
 
What is the form and dynamic of faithful ministry and theology in a contested time? And in what ways might those with Reformed Anglican sympathies appreciate and capitalize upon the very best of that tradition without falling for Anglo-catholicism? Perhaps surprisingly, both of these questions come together in one figure: the famous Archbishop of A…
 
As many as 1 in four women will think about quitting their jobs as a result of having to deal with menopause symptoms, and more Employment Tribunals are citing menopause as a factor, so today we have a Really Useful Conversation, at the start of Menopause Awareness Month, to help employers consider what they need to be doing to support women during…
 
In today’s episode, Rhonda is joined by Bridget Potterton. Bridget is a Certified Divorce Real Estate Expert in the state of California. Today they discuss the things you should be considering before selling your home during your divorce. Selling your home could be a tough decision due to various reasons such as emotional attachment, but you must c…
 
For 25 years Dr. Leonard Moore, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, has been teaching Black history—mostly to white students. He describes his engaging and provocative new book, Teaching Black History to White People, as “part memoir, part Black history, part pedagogy, part how-to guide.” He argues that Black history should be an esse…
 
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