Author and creative marketing guy Dave Bricker joins Margarita and David to share his unique “StorySailing™” approach to helping entrepreneurs and professionals grow their businesses. Transform your business with storytelling!
Kalen Arreola was a Captain in the Army Reserve and was a Public Affairs Officer from 2003 to 2013, serving in units across the United States to include Nashville, Tenn., Denver, Colo. and Southern Calif.
She served in Operation Iraqi Freedom V in 2007- 2008. After leaving the Army in 2013, she went full time on her marketing agency. Since 2009, she has helped more than 200 business with their marketing and PR challenges, often focusing on how businesses can reach military veterans and families.
Insurance professionals seek customer service excellence. This can be illusive given the crankiness inspired by ever-changing insurance processes, deadlines, pricing, and wishful thinking.
Difficult people are everywhere —at work, at home, in traffic, and even on vacation.
Clients want more for less without sticking to enrollment deadlines. Colleagues get angry; they whine, cry, curse, avoid work, know it all, and become moody. Business owners hire poorly, fail to set clear expectations, miscommunicate, change their minds, grump, demean, and forget to give kudos when due.
Charmaine Hammond is an expert in building respectful workplace cultures, and teams that work better together.
Part 2 – In this segment, we chat about how to structure and conduct Sponsor relationships for events and in your business.
As a former Correctional Officer, and dispute resolution expert she dealt with and mediated some of the most difficult conversations and confrontations, she learned that in many ways the challenges behind bars weren’t much different than those around the board room table. She teaches us how to communicate for success, manage the courageous dialogues and bounce forward.
Charmaine Hammond is an expert in building respectful workplace cultures, and teams that work better together. As a former Correctional Officer, and dispute resolution expert she dealt with and mediated some of the most difficult conversations and confrontations.. she learned that in many ways the challenges behind bars weren’t much different than those around the board room table. She teaches us how to communicate for success, manage the courageous dialogues and bounce forward.
Margarita visits with 3 lead coordinators for the Yellow Ribbon Events in Alaska. They provide continual care and support for warriors and their families’ well-being.
Say it ain’t so! Yet, where would we be without difficult people?
“Difficult people are irritants. They can help us make pearls.” My mother, Beba G. Gurri, said when we came across difficult people. Without these people, we would not hone our personal power and Red Shoe Attitude or Skills. Somehow, I have faith that we have all taken turns creating and harvesting a long string of pearls. Here’s some salt-free food for thought.
Drielle Welsh is the Lead Childhood Program Coordinator Offer support services to military families and their children including Army, Reserves, Coast Guard, Airmen, Active Duty and Veterans.
Ruby is a Military Family Life Counselor that can help with short term issues before command gets involved. The service is available FREE and there is no “paper trail” of the services provided.
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