Results for: Communicating
|Dr. Eric J. Dammann - Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst|
Is talking about money within your family off-limits? But when money is not talked about within the family, conflict is created within siblings and lasting, hurt feelings are created among heirs. Dr. Eric Dammann, psychoanalyst talks about them on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West. He says an estate is more than a total of assets. It's a proxy for love, power, control and other emotions. He advises a practical approach to an emotional issue. Responsible parents talk abut awkward subjects (think "birds and bees"). The same holds true for your estate.
Themes: Communicating, Finance, Family, Legal Matters
|Maribeth Kuzmeski - Author, THE CONNECTORS; President, Red Zone Marketing|
Can you teach a dinosaur to dance? Or, more importantly, can you teach someone to network in twenty-first Century style? Maribeth Kuzmeski answers that question in her book, THE CONNECTORS. She tells Judith West on Getting Your Money's Worth how to create your own "Harvard Network" with your most powerful connections.
Themes: Networking, Communicating, Entrepreneurship
|Don Gabor - Author; Communications Trainer; Conversation Arts Media|
How often have you wished you could take your words back? Or on the other hand, have you wanted to say something and didn't know how. Watch us: Judith West, host, Getting Your Money's Worth, and Don Gabor as he discusses his book, "Speaking Your Mind in 101 Difficult Situations.
|Jim Lukaszewski - Crises Communication Specialist and Author, WHY SHOULD THE BOSS LISTEN TO YOU?|
What's wrong with today's leaders? Can you teach leadership? Do you believe there is a lack of integrity among today's CEO's? View Jim Lukaszewski on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
|Jack Mitchell - Author, HUG YOUR PEOPLE; CEO, Mitchell's/Richards/Marshs|
Jack Mitchell and family own the most successful independent retail stores in the country. How? He fosters a culture of niceness with his customers and his employees. His books, HUG YOUR CUSTOMERS and HUG YOUR PEOPLE, blueprint his family's success. He's on Getting Your Moneys Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Communicating, Small Business, Consumers, Entrepreneurs
|"Teen Takes Family Conflict to Facebook"|
Tess, a 15 year old when grounded for drinking and missing her curfew by an hour, took to Facebook to complain. She organized an advocacy group of over 1,000 teens to protest her punishment....
Themes: Communicating, Kids, Family, Networking
| 60 Seconds on Value: "Secrets of Public Speaking"|
When I first started speaking publicly, I was afraid. At times, I still am. I learned a few tips: have something to say. That's eighty percent of the battle....
| 60 Seconds on Value: "The Importance of Listening"|
Gail Collins in the New York Times writes about listening. She tells this story: Once upon a time, there was a woman searching for a man ready to commit....
Themes: Communicating, Relationships
| 60 Seconds on Value: "Develop Your People Skills"|
How are your people skills? Success in life is based on more than IQ writes Dan Golman in Emotional Intelligence. What's the best way to learn and relate better to other people?...
Themes: Communicating, Relationships
| 60 Seconds on Value: "Avoid Being Misunderstood"|
Are you surprised when you find you've been misunderstood? Don't be. Just because people are hearing you, doesn't mean they're listening to you....
| 60 Seconds on Value: "Creating Customer Loyalty"|
Do you live in a world where you can't get a real person on the phone, or ever find anyone to help you?...
Themes: Communicating, Consumers, Marketing
| 60 Seconds on Value: "Listening More Than Talking"|
Of all the qualities that make one person more likeable than another, nothing rates higher than listening more than talking....
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