"The Texas Conflict Coach"® July Radio Programs

The Texas Conflict Coach® Blog Talk Radio program announces our "Summer Series."

The following episodes will air every Tuesday from 5:00-5:30 pm PST/7:00-7:30 pm CST/ 8:00-8:30 pm EST.

During the month of July please enjoy our “Summer Series.”  We are highlighting programs from our library of 287 podcasts.  We will return live on Tuesday, August 2nd.

July 5th:  Cooling Down Conflict in Your Family Business  

Being in business with your family can bring lots of rewards, including financial security and personal pleasure in working with people you know well and love. But it can also be the source of misunderstanding, antagonism and painful conflict. The show looks at common causes of conflict in family businesses and how that conflict can be resolved and even prevented.

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July 12th:  Handling Stress After a Traumatic Event 

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We bring the topics of stress management and emotion management as part of National Stress Awareness month. And tonight, we focus on Handling Stress after a Traumatic Event. We will talk with Denise Thompson with Crisis Response Consulting, about how you can identify the signs and signals of this kind of traumatic stress; and mechanisms for coping during these difficult times.

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July 19th:  Siblings That Squabble Don't Have To  Punch and Shout

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Join me and my returning guest, Parent Coach Janet Bonnin of Fine-Tuned Families. We will dive into a great discussion with many tips and ideas you can take to head off big "blow ups" and guide constructive communication. We will also be joined by a super mother of eight, Maggie Luevano, and two of her kids who are part of the Hill Country musical group, "Mariachi 'L'". Maggie and her kids will share stories of growing up in this fantastic family, a brief history of the group's formation, and how the family has dealt with sibling disagreements over the years. Don't miss this great conversation! 

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July 26th:  Mediating with True Believers

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Church congregations are not immune to conflict. Beth Padgett and Alexandria Skinner would argue that conflict is a sign of an active, engaged, and vital congregation. The question is not whether religious communities will have conflict, but how they will respond to it when it happens. Beth and Alexandria will discuss patterns of church conflict, as well as how mediators can invite clergy, staff, and members into trans-formative conversations where firmly held beliefs are part of the conflict and its transformation.

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Thank you for listening in and supporting the program.  Please feel free to share this newsletter with your friends and colleagues. 

Pattie Porter, Host, The Texas Conflict Coach®

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