BEYOND FEELING GOOD:
How to Deal with Difficult People and Tough Times
A Seminar with Liah Kraft-Kristaine, J.D.
Today, disagreements can easily ignite, blowing up unexpectedly. In a highly charged climate of potential discord, every single one of us would be well served to know the techniques of “Emotional Disarmament.”
In this seminar with Liah, you will discover what her clients at Honeywell, AT&T, IBM, and other corporations have brought to their employees. You will practice skills to deal with co-workers, employers, employees, clients, family, friends, other drivers, and strangers. Learn how to recover your calm well enough to assess and make wise choices. Use Character Type Tools to understand who you are dealing with and exactly what steps you must take with each Type to defuse the situation. PLUS…
- What to do Immediately at the First Sign of Conflict
- How to Deal with Manipulative Tactics
- When to Give In – and When to Insist
- Road Rage Survival Techniques
- 7-Point Checklist to use in any Confrontation
- How to Use Ultimatums Wisely
- 3 Simple Ways to Break an Impasse
- How to Help Others Resolve their Conflicts
Seminar tickets are available for $37 per person ($70 per couple) in advance online, and $45 ($80 per couple) at the door. Online tickets are at www.LiahKK.com/Seminar 2-24-2018 . Ticket sales will benefit Unity North Atlanta.
Liah Kraft-Kristaine is an international expert in Emotional Intelligence and is the author of numerous programs and books on that topic. She has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show with her programs, has appeared on over one hundred radio and television interviews, and has presented programs and keynotes in over 400 cities on four continents on leadership, communication skills, and other topics. Her client list includes AT&T, IBM, General Motors, and Honeywell Corporation. Previously, she practiced law, was a CNN broadcaster, a PBS television host, and a television series head writer in Hollywood. She currently speaks to groups; coaches executives, authors and experts; and is Executive Director of LifeStar Academy Foundation for girls aging out of foster care.