From Featured Blogger Jason Dykstra
Picture this:

So you’re having a conversation (you’re the listener) and the talker is talking about surface level things and a little bit of the deeper things that are going on for them. Once they have exhausted everything they think you should know, they stop talking. You stay silent, maintain eye contact (not creepy like) and keep an open posture, but don’t say anything. The talker realizes you are still listening, feels awkward with the silence, and starts talking again, but now, is going deeper into what they were just talking about. They are now giving you the raw emotions that you are looking for.

Posted by Patricia M. Porter-  April is National Stress Awareness month. The Texas Conflict Coach Blog Talk Radio show will focused on a number of topics dealing with stress, conflict and emotions.

Our April 5th show is Emotional Intelligence Skills For Today's Workplace- Part .

The topic of emotional intelligence in the workplace is a evolving area of professional interest for leaders and employees alike. How do we engage the vital skills of communicating through crisis, empathy, perspective taking and self awareness just to mention a few? In 2011, the workplace continues to hold higher and higher expectations for us all. The necessity to manage countless stressors while also producing, leading, collaborating and resolve conflicts have become the competencies of that rank up there with knowing how to turn on your computer. The many facets of emotional intelligence can take us on a journey of meaningful relationships, job satisfaction, exciting creativity and improve our organizational output. Join us as we explore the tools and techniques that can boost your EQ and cultivate your workplace experiences.

Join us as we talk with Sheri Callahan, the owner of Horizon Consulting Group, based in Columbia SC...

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