Tips to prevent a roommate dispute

The follow are SUGGESTIONS on how to avoid A ROOMMATE DISPUTE The following are a series of recommendations to help prevent a roommate dispute. They are not actions mandated by law, nor are they intended to be a substitute for legal advice. Many acquaintances enter into a roommate situation with high hopes and positive expectations.…

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How to calculate employee turnover costs

Have you ever try to calculate employee turnover costs as you consider getting rid of an employee?  Too often conflicts that go untreated lead us to terminating an employee.  But before you decide to do this- read this great article below written Dr. Carlsen as he explains how to calculate employee turnover costs.  You might…

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Holiday Problems & Stress Survival Guide

We all have experienced holiday problems and events that cause different types of stress. When the holiday season comes, so does the level of stress that many experience. If you have felt any of the following, it’s probably safe to say that you are already dealing with some form of stress: You can’t get enough…

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Couples Conflict

Couples Conflict exists for most people because we have a strong emotional connection with those we  love. Couples conflict can actually be healthy if a couple works through the problem and are respectful of one another when trying to resolve the conflict. Women and men respond to couples conflict in different ways. Women are more direct…

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How to discuss a problem with your supervisor

Sometimes we forget how hard it is for an employee to approach their boss to discuss a problem that’s bothering them. For many employees, the thought of “confronting” a supervisor can be so intimidating, that they will come up with many other ways to deal with the situation, including o Passive aggressiveness o Being a…

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Let go of the need to be right

Whenever I coach people to resolve their conflicts, I invariably tell them that there’s one thing they must do if they ever hope to arrive at a solution. Do this, I tell them and you will increase the likelihood that the conflict will be resolved. Fail to do this and there is no hope of…

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Couples often have different love languages- Do you know your partner’s?

It is often a surprise to realize that we all have different love languages.  We show and express love differently.  Sometimes conflict can occur when we are not feeling love from our partner. What if having different love languages was not an issue any more? What if you could say or do just the right…

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