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Environments, Rats and Your Neurochemistry - How words can create a toxic environment
You ever experienced an embarrassing situation? You probably still replay it over and over again in your mind. It’s likely you still experience the pain, stress and neuro-chemical trauma of that experience, even though it’s just a memory.
In this episode of What’s Your Conversational Intelligence®?, Lyn Christian and Judith E. Glaser discuss how the words we use in conversation can create a long-lived, toxic environment—an environment where the stress hormone, cortisol, leaves everyone feeling anxious and traumatized. They also discuss compassion and Judith’s Trust Model as a means to combat the detrimental effects of cortisol and neuro-chemical stress. Find out how you can create a better conversational environment and foster the potential for human brilliance.
Memorial of Judith E. Glaser
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Ships Passing in the Night—Are your conversations hitting the mark?
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Cardiac Arrest—When work causes too much stress.
The Chemistry of Conversation—What's the chemistry of your conversational style?
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