In the final segment of the show, Dan talks with two callers on how they solve common problems in their lives. Dan talks with a local nurse and teacher about different authority roles can affect how a conflict is solved.
Month: March 2011
In this segment Dan talks about the different conflict-resolution styles of men and women.
In the second segment Dan continues to talk about how conflict should be viewed as a win-win situation,
In the beginning of the second hour, Dan talks about the possible lessons that arise out of conflict and a new approach to viewing a “bad” situation.
Author of “How to Reduce Workplace Conflict and Stress” Anna Maravelas was on with Dan to talk about her conflict resolution organization Thera Rising, and how it has helped businesses resolve workplace problems.
Dan and Kathi talk about what the most common conflicts and mistakes people make in the workplace, and also how men and women differ in conflicts.
Dan finishes up his talk on decision making and negotiation skills with Iris, and brings on an “Everyday Leadership” favorite, Kathi Elster.
The conflict show, Dan talks with Iris Bohnet on the needed negotiation skills, and how to make the best decision for a given situation.
Previously on “Everyday Leadership” Dan talked about conflict and resolution at home, work and play. Solving problems seems easy enough, but what about when people aren’t willing to budge? Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University Iris Bohnet was on to talk with Dan about her role with the Program on Negotiation. Founded in 1983, … Continued
If I were to ask a crowd “what do great leaders have that others don’t seem to,” it surely wouldn’t be very long before someone would say “charisma.” And someone else would say “presence.” You might wonder: Who has it? Do I have it? Do you have it? And, what the heck is “it,” anyway? … Continued