My Podcast: Can't We All Just Get Along?
Each show examines a real life conflict case study that ends with tips, strategies and scripts to help listeners work through their own conflicts
Podcast #6: What Happens When Home Becomes Your Workplace?
In this episode I talk to "Jane" who poses the challenge of working from home in a small space while navigating the responsibilities of two young children and a partner who is also confined to working from home?How do you negotiate space? Time? Parenting? These are the questions and challenges facing many people during the pandemic. Listen for practical strategies!
Podcast #5: I Am Angry and I Want You to Know It!
You encounter the customer or colleague who has lost their cool. You don't want to sit and be the object of all that anger but you don't want to run away and hide either. What do you do? In this podcast we interview Josh Bath. Josh is a realtor in the Tri-Cities area just outside of Vancouver BC. He is a husband, an entrepreneur, a toastmaster extraordinaire but his favourite title is dad.
Podcast #4: How Do You Solve Workplace Conflict When Your Boss is Your Dad?
In this episode we will be talking to Jessica Bannister who is apprenticing in the trade of HVAC. She works with her brother and father who both have over 15 years of working together side by side. They have worked so long together, they intuitively know what to do and most of the "work" is seamless and unseen. How can Jessica glean the skill and knowledge of her family and ask them to slow down their expertise so that she can work alongside and gain their valuable knowledge?
Podcast #3: Teach Your Children How to Solve Their Own Conflicts
What can you do to help your children become independent problem solvers? How do you help everyone around you take care of their own feelings. In this episode I will be talking to Dr. Elisa Michals, professor at William Jessup University and California State University. She also happens to be my twin sister. Sit back and enjoy!
Podcast #1: Introduction to Dr. Emi
This is an open invitation to send me a conflict or disagreement that you would like to receive some feedback and support. If the conflict is chosen, I will devote one podcast to the conflict that will provide insight as well as potential action plans on how to work through the conflict. All information will remain private and you will not be interviewed, nor will your personal information be revealed.