Dr. Lynette Reed gives you a helpful five-minute message about how to create more calm and cohesion to your day and your workplace. If you want to learn more about behaviors that help keep you on track and moving forward, then these short podcasts are for you. Learn about a model for change, critical thinking skills, binary thinking, and reducing frustration. Special thanks to Karen Obuhanych for the artwork.
How Does Critical Thinking Help You?
This podcast discusses the value and use of critical thinking skills for personal development and for business success.
Re-Invention: Bits and Pieces of What You Already Have
This episode talks about how you can use behavior to re-invent yourself or the way you do business.
What Do You Fear?
Episode Three discusses fear reactions and their relationship to the model outlined in Episode Two. Take five minutes out of your day to think about how fear impacts your life and what you can do to manage fear in your life and work.
Using the Model
This episode explains to listeners how to use the model described in Episode 1 in daily life. Dr. Lynette Reed discusses the three behaviors that help bring calm and focus, to include an example on a global level from current events that are bringing chaos into the world.
Three Steps to Reduce Frustration and Hostility in the Workplace
Your behaviors create your environment. Learn Dr. Reed's three-step model for creating a personal calm, or calm in the workplace. When you work with a sense of calm you are able to reduce frustration and hostility in the workplace. She outlines this plan in a short five-minute message to get you started on your way.