How to Build Bonds with Co-Workers: Be Engaged!

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It’s Monday.  You get up and get dressed.  You eat breakfast.  You get in your car or on your bike or on the bus and you go to work.  You exchange pleasantries with the other people at the office, greeting them when you walk in and asking them if their weekends were good.  They were. […]

Dealing with a “Toxic Relationship”: How to Change the Interaction

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One of the first adjectives  that likely comes to mind when you think of a “toxic relationship” is “unhealthy.”  But the specific dysfunctions of any given toxic relationship are unique.  The relationship is unhealthy because of another person.  If you’re the one labeling the relationship as toxic, it’s unlikely that you  see yourself as the […]

Essential Skills for Relational Leadership Seminar

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January 25, 2016 – January 25, 2016 1500 Union Avenue Map and Directions | Register Description: ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR RELATIONAL LEADERSHIP Join mediators/authors Louise Phipps Senft and William Senft for a 4 Hour seminar session. JANUARY 25, 2016 at UNION MILL, Baltimore. Choose from two offered times  9am – 1pm  or 2pm – 6pm Improve […]

How to Have Quality Dialogue About Gun Control and Gun Violence

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America’s undeniable problem with mass shootings and gun violence is a highly divisive issue. Most recognize the need for something to be done, but as a society, we can’t decide what. Both sides of the debate on gun control come to the discussion with strongly held beliefs and fixed stereotypes of their opponents. Emotions tend […]