How good are you at resolving a conflict? Pierce and Jane Howard joins Jim Blasingame to offer a conflict resolution practice that cuts to the heart of the tension in a conflict,
How personality impacts your conflict tendencies. Pierce and Jane Howard joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the influences that personality has on creating and resolving conflict, and how employers can know this in advance of hiring.
What do you do with a conflict-prone employee? Pierce and Jane Howard joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to redeem a conflict-prone employee, as well as how to avoid hiring such a prospective employee.
What do you know about your teenager's personality? Pierce & Jane Howard joins Jim Blasingame to report their personality profile assessment of kids from 12-22 and the reasons why it's helpful.
When asking teenagers questions, you have to speak their language. Pierce & Jane Howard joins Jim Blasingame to report that they had to adjust their personality assessment language for young people to conform to their vernacular.
What should you tell teenagers about their personality assessment results? Pierce & Jane Howard joins Jim Blasingame to explain why when a young person takes a personality assessment, they should be given the results.
How is the economy in Europe and the Middle East? Pierce & Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to report on their recent trip to Europe and the Middle East, including how the economic condition seems.
Taking advantage of gobal business prohibits stereotyping. Pierce & Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to reveal the proper way to build relationships with people whose language, cultures and societies are different from ours.
At our core, all people of the world are the same. Pierce & Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to discuss why stereotyping because of societal differences is not only wrong, but also not good for business.
You’ve found efficiencies and made it through the recession, so how do you know when to hire a new employee? Pierce and Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to discuss how to balance the possible need for a new employee while maintaining efficiencies.