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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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. The courageous conversation with the man or woman in the mirror is the most difficult one of them all. With Colorful Conversations in Black & White, we’re going to dig deep into the reality of being perfectly flawed, and explore what we can do to h ...
 
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 ...
 
I’m an electrical engineer who enjoys listening to and sharing stories of ordinarily extraordinary women that work in STEM fields. The women featured on these episodes work in different STEM fields, are at different phases in their careers, and bring their unique perspectives and stories. I am endlessly fascinated by what these women do, how they have navigated their careers, balanced families, and why they made the career choices they did. Most STEM fields are dominated by men which makes f ...
 
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 ...
 
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(Are you signed up for our National Conference in November? Get all the details here!) Did you know that 83% of pastor's wives wish their husbands would choose a different profession? Donna Lewis and her husband, Bobby, have been in ministry for decades and are church planters of RiverPoint Church. Bobby is actually a coach and conference facilitat…
 
Jason is the author of Conflict = Energy, and in this episode with Jason, we cover: Why this book? How does this relate to tough conversations? Welcome conflict! It’s a good thing! Learn about our values. Check-in with self-emotional clarity. Curiosity. Connection over content. Naming what’s happening. Jason Digges is the author of the new release …
 
(Are you signed up for our National Conference in November? Get all the details here!) Today we get to share a special conversation with you. Darrell Stetler is a small-church pastor in Oklahoma City as well as the creator of New Start Discipleship, a family of tools to help pastors develop a culture of real discipleship in their ministry. In this …
 
One of the conversations I probably spend most of my time training around is the crucial or challenging conversation. And so in this episode I am focusing on those challenges. As we return to work following a year of high uncertainty many organisations will be faced with their own challenges., and this podcast will help you start to address them in…
 
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Elizabeth Kay, the Morning Show host on 99.1 The Mix and podcast host of “50 Shades of Kay”. Elizabeth talks about her divorce process, the things she did, and the things she wished she did differently. She also talks about her life after divorce. According to her, you are going to have tough days, even after the di…
 
(Are you signed up for our National Conference in November? Get all the details here!) If it’s not clear, it’s confusing. With Dale still out on Sabbatical, we’ve got another unique episode for you this week! For this one, we’re sharing conference audio from our popular Growth Engines one-day event, shared as part of the Ozark Christian College Pre…
 
In this episode I want to encourage you to think about, and prepare for, conversations with your teams around the post-Covid transition. There are lots of organisations right now who are indeed looking at more flexible working options, and I've been working with clients recently who have been looking at what will work best for them going forward. S…
 
In this episode, as we rumble closer and closer to the world opening up and people returning properly to the workplace, we're going to focus on Really Useful Conversations to support people in that return. In episode one talked about the important of consultation and conversation, and this time we're focusing on another area of conversation which c…
 
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Amee Quiriconi. Amee is an advocate, business consultant, speaker, author, and the owner of Activity Girl, LLC. Amee has been divorced twice and has learned valuable lessons from each experience. According to Amee, divorce is emotional. We have to find space in our divorce process to breathe, to calm down, and to co…
 
Sinenhlanhla Sikhosana recently received her PhD in Applied Mathematics with a research focus in Astrophysics. She also holds Bachelor's and Masters degrees in Applied Mathematics and Pure Physics. As a young girl in a small village in South Africa, Sinenhlanhla had big dreams, but few role models. She did, however, have a grandmother and a mother …
 
(Are you signed up for our National Conference in November? Get all the details here!) It’s kind of crazy, but this podcast has almost been around for 2 years! 84 episodes ago, we had a really great conversation with Tony Morgan, founder of The Unstuck Group, as we walk through 10 characteristics of unstuck churches. This was pre-pandemic and is a …
 
Alana Esty has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Biomedical Engineering. She uses data analytics in the healthcare industry to improve patient care. She is also the host of the podcast “Health Analytic Insights Podcast”. Episode Notes Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound Studio Acronyms, Definitions, and Fact Check Alana shares he…
 
(Are you signed up for our National Conference in November? Get all the details here!) "I believe the Church is coming into its finest hour and is about to rise up." Jon Sanders is the Founder of Small Town Big Church, a full-time firefighter, and is also the Director of Coaching here at 95Network. He is one of our favorite leaders in the world... …
 
Gayathri Shukla works in digital transformation in the mining industry in Canada. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA. She is founder of Campfire Kinship, an organization that uses story telling to help teams and individuals build empathy, find their strengths, and find belonging. Story telling is Gayathri's super power…
 
In this episode, one of our expert hostage negotiators describes how they calmed an armed criminal trapped in a bank with a hostage. When dealing with incidents of this nature it is critical to reduce the stress of the person that the negotiators are engaging with. These techniques apply equally to any stressful conversations, where there is a thre…
 
Evie Antholis is a Mechanical Engineer. She graduated in 2020 and began working during the pandemic. Evie shares her experience during college and her first year on the job. She is also interested in clothing design and sewing and we discuss how spacial relationships that we think of in engineering terms apply in sewing as well. Episode Notes Music…
 
“God gives us dominion over bits and bytes, not just atoms.” Churches have pivoted in incredible ways in the last year, adopting technology in new ways at a rate they never anticipated. But what should our perspective of all this adoption of technology really be? Paul Johnson is Co-Founder & CEO of Pathwright, an all-in-one design, learning, and te…
 
Megan has a Bachelor’s Degree in chemistry. After 11 years in the workforce, Megan made the decision to stay home with her two kids and later to home school them. They have lived on a houseboat in Ketchikan, Alaska and then spent two years traveling the continental US in an RV. Her chemistry degree provides a foundation for teaching, a passion for …
 
You may have already seen this in last week's article, but starting at the end of this week, I'm headed on a new adventure. My new journey will be to take a 40-day sabbatical, something I've never yet had the opportunity to do in my 40 years of ministry. On today's episode, it's just Austin and I sharing some reflections on the decision for me to g…
 
Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist, successful entrepreneur and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn't Work and Personality Isn't Permanent. His blog is read by millions of people monthly and featured on Forbes, Fortune, and CNBC, and helps people break free from the shackles of their personality. In this episode we cover How per…
 
Most of us have had to deal with challenging work situations such as microaggressions, aggressions, harassment and others. In this episode, Dr. Tanya Hewitt provides insight and tools to equip us to better handle those situations. Tanya is the Founder and CEO of Beyond Safety Compliance and specializes in helping organizations become better, more e…
 
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Attorney Dan Exner, Family Law and Divorce Lawyer, and the Founder of Exner Legal, LLC. They talk about mediation. There are some misperceptions about mediation. Mediation is not an alternative to the divorce process. And mediator is not an attorney that’s there to advise people. Mediators are not supposed to give y…
 
In this episode, Martin, one of the hostage negotiators, recalls an incident where he deals with a protestor dressed as 'Batman', who has scaled Westminster Abbey in Central London. Here he was tasked to talk down the protestor from an external balcony of the famous London landmark. Martin and Chris share techniques in how to how to deal with, and …
 
Are we making enough efforts to ensure that the people we’re talking to are representative of a proper cross-section of society? How can we make sure that our default isn’t always white nuclear families in Milton Keynes? And that agencies don't downplay what they find in favour of their own experience and/or gut instinct? Every month we ask individ…
 
"Entrepreneurship has a really important role in shaping culture." After growing up in the Middle East, Stephanie Leathe came to the U.S. for college before falling in love with entrepreneurship and equipping ministries. She is an incredible leader and it is truly an honor to have her on the show this week. Stephanie is the CEO of Altar Live, a new…
 
Lupe is a first-generation Mexican American woman and a part of LGBTQ community. She is a graduate student and a sister of Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority Inc. Lupe is an entrepreneur. She owns and operates a food pop-up with her family, La Taquiza Guadalajara, which specializes in her families’ recipes from their region in Mexico. Focus of this episode…
 
Erik comes from a Puerto Rican family. He lives in Milwaukee with his wife and their son. He is an entrepreneur and owner of Erik Zapata Fitness. Coaching, mentoring, hiring people to help you is key if you want to be successful in your personal and/or professional life. Erik is not merely a fitness coach; he is a change agent, and he has impacted …
 
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Ilyssa Panitz, a Divorce Journalist and Columnist. According to Ilyssa, too many times women act on emotions, and then when faced with a barrage of questions about money, finances, marital residence, and expenses, they come up short by not having any of the answers. It is crucial, vital, and imperative that women do…
 
Dawn was born and raised in Milwaukee. She graduated from The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee with a Masters degree in Sociology. She currently works for the United Way of Grater Milwaukee and Waukesha County as the Director of Research and Evaluation, where she also serves as the Sexual Violence facilitator for the Teen Pregnancy initiative. She…
 
In this episode Candace welcomes Heather Kenney. Heather grew up in Cornish, Maine. She got married after high school and had her daughter Jasmine at the age of 21. She moved to Wisconsin with her parents, got divorced soon, and got her degree in Dental Hygiene. She remarried to her husband Neil, and they have two daughters. Heather shares about ho…
 
In this episode, Candace introduces her close friend and a great inspiration, Herica Silva. Herica was born and raised in Milwaukee. She’s been married for 20 years and has two beautiful daughters. She has 25 years of tenure at Rockwell Automation and is working as a Demand Planner. Herica has a powerful testimony. She has been on a healing journey…
 
Jeremy gained confidence to succeed in law. Now he’s finding courage to speak about the vulnerabilities that led him here in this episode of Unspoken: Conversations with Candace Jeremy Chavez was born and raised in Racine. He graduated from Washington Park High School, got his BA at Marquette, and went to pursue his Law degree in Chicago. After law…
 
In this episode Candace welcomes her friend Kelly. They both worked together at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. Kelly was born and grew up in West Allis. She is currently working as a trade compliance for import/export. Kelly has changed many careers and has had positions such as: executive assistant, event planner, system application trainer, compl…
 
Lydia thought she was helping a friend. She soon realized she was on the way to self-discovery of her own truth in this episode of Unspoken: Conversations with Candace. Lydia was born and raised in Racine, she has two children, and has been in the banking industry all of her life. Although they’ve known each other since grade school, they became fr…
 
In this episode Candace welcomes a special guest, her friend Luz Ortiz-Carby. Luz is a Milwaukee Native, born to Puerto Rican parents. She is married and is a mother of three. She has over 19 years of progressive leadership and administrative experience, including some various positions that she’s held at the United Community Center, with Wheaton F…
 
In this episode Candace welcomes Norma Cortese and they discuss the importance of higher education and education of the taboo topics. They both are advocates for higher education, they have strong passion for the Latino community, and they were both involved in the Por La Gente Association in Racine. Norma was born in San Antonio TX, and she moved …
 
Jodi Bednar is an Energy & Utility consulting practice leader. She has been in the telecommunications and consulting industries for 30 years. She has a bachelor's degree in Telecommunications Management and a degree in Executive Management in the Women's Leadership Program at Yale University. She shares her vast work and life experiences and the im…
 
In this episode of Unspoken Conversations with Candace, your host Candace welcomes her daughter Victoria Slomski. Victoria was born and raised in Racine. She works at Froedtert Hospital as an MRI Imaging Specialist and is married to John. Victoria shares her personal story as a daughter of a survivor through her lens as a child, and then in retrosp…
 
In this episode of Unspoken Conversations with Candace, Candace talks to her good friend Jessika. Jessika was born in West Allis and grew up in Racine. She has worked at All Saints for 9 years. She started as a CNA and has worked up to being the coordinator for the medical staff office. Jessika has no children, but she has a 14-year-old Westie name…
 
We’re setting a record on The 95 Podcast today… We’re welcoming back a guest for the THIRD TIME! Karl Vaters is joining us back on the show for an incredible conversation that I truly can’t wait to share with you. When I was out in WA for a recent conference with Karl, he shared something that completely changed my perspective on the last year. And…
 
In this episode Rhonda welcomes Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, a clinical psychologist and the Divorce Doctor. She is the author of the book Light on the Other Side of Divorce. In this episode, Dr. Cohen shares about the trauma of divorce and healing from that trauma, and she gives some really good tips on how to process the anger. According to Dr. Elizabeth…
 
In this very first episode of Unspoken Conversations with Candace podcast, your host Candace Sanchez, the author of the book Unspoken, talks to her daughter Victoria. Candace shares about her life, how and why she wrote her book, the obstacles she faced while writing it, and how she feels now having a book with her story of survival. Victoria joins…
 
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 featu…
 
Nicole is passionate about helping overlooked women in STEM become influential, so they can confidently unlock new opportunities for themselves, get their employers saying “we need you on this job!” and make a bigger impact. As a Scientist and Positive Psychology Coach, Nicole helps her clients strategically turn their career frustrations into a re…
 
Chris Vitarelli is the pastor of The Road Community Church, a small multi-site church in Fenton and Howell, MI. He is the creator of the Small Church BIG Deal Conference and author of Small Church BIG Deal: How to Rethink Size, Success and Significance in Ministry. I'm really excited to share this week's episode with you. I recently had the opportu…
 
In this episode Rhonda introduces Rebecca Stern Kaufman, Founder of Pearl Mediation Group, LLC. Rebecca is a divorce mediator that specializes in working with families that have children with special needs, and she is also a special education advocate for those parents. According to Rebecca, whether you’re experiencing a divorce, separation, or you…
 
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