One Of The Most Advanced Legal Negotiation and Mediation Training Readily Available Anywhere

You will master legal negotiation and mediation advocacy in Doug Noll’s effective online course. Gain the self-confidence of an effective settlement arbitrator and find out how to deal with any scenario in this sophisticated legal negotiation and mediation advocacy training. Module 1– Negotiation Fundamentals You see, the common lawyer’s expert functions do not even BEGIN…

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Psychological Competence: Make A Smart Kid

Your Emotional Competence Makes A Huge Difference In How Smart Your Kid Will Be When you are emotionally competent, you can accurately name your emotions, consciously control them, act appropriately, and manage your distress. You can read the emotions of others (especially your children), reflect back those emotions with a “you” statement (affect labeling), and…

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Emotional Competency

Psychological competence is a set of skills that really does not get the attention it should have. Feelings are colorful, remarkable, fascinating, and necessary measurements of everyone’s experience. Emotions send a continuous stream of effective signals that can direct us along the hard course of survival or rapidly send us off on devastating and painful…

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Establish Your Active Listening Skillset

Lots of people take their listening skills for granted. We often presume it’s clear that we’re practicing active listening, which others understand they are being heard. However, as leaders, the truth is that we frequently have a hard time with jobs and functions that directly relate to active listening. Accepting criticism well, handling people’s feelings,…

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Mentally Unavailable– Another Relationship Killer

Moms and dads end up being mentally inaccessible to their youngsters. Educators come to be mentally inaccessible to their pupils. Intimate companions end up being mentally inaccessible to each various other. In tai chi, there are 2 mysteries: the softer you are, the more powerful you are; the more vulnerable you are; the extra effective…

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How to Help Your Child Manage Adolescent Anxiety

Anxiety is a condition that affects nearly 20 percent of all children, and if left unmanaged, the consequences can be dire. Studies have shown that children who never successfully manage their anxiety miss out on opportunities, are at a higher risk of underperforming in school and are more likely to engage in substance abuse. As…

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How to Calm an Angry Child-Video

A few weeks ago, I posted a blog on how to calm an angry or upset child. The response was pretty phenomenal, so I decided to follow-up with a video that shows you exactly how to do it. I’ve posted the video on YouTube and embedded here for your convenience. I welcome your comments. If…

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How to Calm an Angry Child

Recently, I received the following note from a participant in one of my Its Pure Magic workshops: “The Sunday after your workshop, we were having dinner with our son’s family. At the table, our Asperger grandson flew into a rage last week because his sister appeared to “get credit” for a comment the two of…

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Learning Emotion Intelligence Backwards

When Laurel Kaufer and I started the Prison of Peace Project, we did not set out to teach emotional intelligence. We were devising a curriculum that would help life inmates become good mediators as quickly as possible. Since we guessed that they did not have strong interpersonal skills, we decided to spend 4 weeks teaching…

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If You Don’t Meet These Needs, You Will Never End the Drama

Years ago, my friend and colleague Erica Ariel Fox, gave a talk to a group of highly experienced mediators on the six needs of victims. This was a concept she had developed with Daniel Bowling, the former president of CPR and the current chief mediator for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. I…

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