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Speaker Profile

Dr. Genie Z. Laborde
Founder, Inernational Dialogue Education Associates, inc.

Dr. Genie Z. Laborde, Ph. D., Internationally recognized seminar leader and author with 31 years experience in her field, is also the Founder of International Dialogue Education Associates, inc. Dr. Laborde designs her programs, produces her videos to complement the trainings, and certifies her trainers to conduct the programs. She and her trainers have taught over 50,000 students in 15 countries around the world. Her book, "Influencing with Integrity" has sold more than 151,000 copies in 6 languages. The skills in her seminars are collected from Gestalt psychology, Linguistics, Cybernetics, and new Right Brain insights. Her book of research, "Toot Your Own Horn", is a collection of 26 studies, indicating the effectiveness of these skills in the work-place. I.D.E.A.'s client list includes IBM, Chase Bank, Dow Jones, Sprint, Dell, HP, Intel, the United Nations, Stanford University, and 100 other major corporations and institutions.

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6 Steps To A Peak Performance State

Many business people are not aware of the new information on the different abilities of the Right and Left Brains. Knowing which side of the brain to access for a particular difficult situation gives you much more personal power and competence. This strategy combines distinct memories of the past with awareness of the present moment to give you immediate and creative next steps. These steps are derived from specific learning from the past and the innate energy from the emotions inherent in these memories. Just knowing you never need to be at a loss for your next move gives you confidence that is priceless

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Handling Anxiety in 90 Seconds

Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph. D., experienced a stroke in her Left Brain and was forced to live through 4 hours of new experiences as she functioned with only her Right Brain intact. As a result of this experience she wrote a book, "My Stroke of Insight". This book should be required reading for anyone who interacts with people during their work day. She learned a lot from this experience. One learning is that Fear (anxiety) resides in the Left Brain. During her 4 hours, she felt no fear, only joy and exhilaration. Using this insight I have structured a quick exercise that switched your attention from your Left Brain to your Right Brain and thus erases fear and anxiety. You must try it to believe it.

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Conflict in the Workplace: Managing Relationships, Interactions and Conflicts

31% of employees polled by a web site and DDI said they spent more than 20% of their time complaining about their bosses or listening to others complain about them. "Difficult People" by John Hoover. Expert communication skills and self-awareness could reduce this wasted time to almost 0. Ten strategies that are largely unknown will begin the process of mastery of communication.

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Settling Conflicts at Work

31% of employees polled by a web site and DDI said they spent more than 20% of their time complaining about their bosses or listening to others complain about them. "Difficult People" by John Hoover. Expert communication skills and self-awareness could reduce this wasted time to almost 0.

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NLP Strategies for Changing a Habit

First, we will explore the fascinating topic of how our brains set up our thinking and behavior patterns. Then we will play around with three separate interventions to change any pattern you wish to change. Different people need different methods to change habits easily and gracefully. "WATCH YOUR THOUGHTS, THEY BECOME WORDS;WATCH YOUR WORDS, THEY BECOME ACTIONS; WATCH YOUR ACTIONS, THEY BECOEM HABITS; WATCH YOUR HABITS, THEY BECOME CHARACTER; WATCH YOUR CHARACTER, FOR IT BECOMES YOUR DESTINY. Quote by Frank Outlaw.

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Handling Difficult People at Work: 10 Strategies

Many people believe communication depends on the words being spoken. A broader definition of communication must be considered when dealing with difficult individuals. Voice tone, posture, inflection, hand gestures, and eye movements can all be utilized to convey a message of acceptance, and friendliness if you are aware of the impact of these non-verbal components of communication.

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