Back to living the hug life with my mom! It has been about 2 months since I or our children hugged my mother their grandmother. We reunite in this episode and explore some of the effects of a socially distanced family. If you haven't hugged your mom in a while because of COVID -19, I understand. If you haven't hugged her in a while because she is no longer with us, I understand. If you haven't hugged your mom in a while because she refuses or is incarcerated or committed to psychiatric care, I understand. If an argument, hurtful words or over blown misunderstanding is why you haven't hugged her in a while - let's change that! Visit us at www.pchatp.com
As the world turns its attention to vaccinating the body, our minds and spirit need not be neglected. This is the perfect time to work on vaccinating our communication...our outer expression of our inner selves. We fight against the pandemics of fear, assumptions and untruth. In seeking to truly understand one another - we become bridge builders. We can find a way to cross over the confusion to connect instead of condemn. Instead of trying to build a case against someone, we often build a case around someone. Making them fit into the container of our own ignorance.If you communicate from a place of fear, you’ll have more to be afraid off.
It is fun and easy to admit that laughter is infectious but negative communication is just as infectious. Possibly even more infectious depending on your state of mind. And this brings us to the first step - diagnosis. Let’s talk about some common symptoms of a negatively infected communicator. We will break them down by 3 categories: Fear, Assumptions and Untruth.
As 2019 came to an end, I reflected on specific life events that helped shape communication skills that have shaped my purpose such as being fired, or have a gun pointed at my head.. This is the conclusion of a 3 part special. Give it a listen and join me in changing the world by changing how you talk to it!
As 2019 came to an end, I reflected on specific life events that helped shape communication skills that have shaped my purpose. This year end episode is part 2 of a 3 part special. I share how ADD and communication don't mix! Give it a listen and join me in changing the world by changing how you talk to it!
As 2019 came to an end, I reflected on specific life events that helped shape communication skills that have shaped my purpose. This year end episode is part 1 of a 3 part special. Give it a listen and join me in changing the world by changing how you talk to it!
On this episode we hosted Chris Vokaty MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SCC (basically a really smart guy)
Chris is a talent maximizer and dynamic leader with an impressive history of surpassing ambitious goals. He helps transform businesses through a focus on engaging and developing people in fast-paced, competitive and high growth cultures. The reason Chris is on the show is because of how he does it. Chris started his career as an HR and employee experience executive more than 15 years ago. In HR you must keep people as your focus. He’s had a major impacts on the merger of three companies into a single $2B enterprise. Using advanced communication skills, he’s been able to do connect the dots to align human capital strategy, people, activities and accountability for business effectiveness across organizations. One important element Chris learned early and firsthand: businesses thrive when they prioritize people.
Communicating in public can take many shapes. Road rage causes more stress and unnecessary conflicts that any other type of public interaction. If we can decrease this, we can start changing the world we live in. Listen up!
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· Encourage positive communications
· Increase selfless empathy
· Grow humanitarian appreciation