[Worksheet] Have fun filling out the Circles of Humanness worksheet with your partner to gain a deeper understanding of them, yourself & your relationship. (From Michael’s Couples Workshop)
[PDF Worksheet] Michael gives us a practical way to look at our communication styles by relating them to the household pets of dogs and cats. What style are you and your partner? Find out here.
Learn what type of personality (credible cat, approachable dog or a combination) you have and how you can develop more charisma, which is the uncanny ability to charm or influence people.
Get answers to the following questions: Is screaming actually ok in a relationship? Most of us avoid conflict but is it actually necessary to have a healthy, successful, happy relationship?
Want to dazzle your significant other for Valentine’s this year? Gift your relationship a fun, casual weekend exploring how to Love, Honor & Negotiate.
[FREE Download] You can download, for free, the “Summary of the Basics” from the eBook “Hostile Parent Conference: Avoiding a Cat Fight” – these 5 Basics will be very useful for you.
Our friend Peter Dhu over at Corporate Communication Experts shares his journey from being an elective mute to coaching others on communication and public speaking. Be inspired. I know we were. “For much of his life, Peter chose to be silent. It could take him one minute to say one word. Peter developed a deep fear of speaking. This story …
We do not live in Camelot so we need to be skilled in handling difficult conversations. Peter and Violet Dhu in Australia are experts in this area. This video explains the non-verbals involved in having effective conversations about difficult topics and difficult people. For more information about what the Corporate Communication Experts do visit their site at http://corporatecommunicationexperts.com.au/
How to manage your reputation as a leader when dealing with positive & negative outliers. The insight about a leader’s reputation starts with understanding how people are different. (Graphs, Circles)
Trilogy Survey (with answers in blue): Use the following terms–relationship, establish, utilize, preserve–to describe the differences between these three overlapping programs: ENVoY, A Healthy Classroom, A Cat in the Doghouse. Management techniques only work when there is a relationship between the teacher and the student. A Cat in the Doghouse helps us establish a relationship with the hard-to-reach students. …