Annual Women in Leadership: Work-Life Balance Conference

How do culture, religion, finance, and politics impact women leaders around the world? 

The Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology’s 4th Annual Women in Leadership: Work-Life Balance Conference will feature the visionary stories of women leaders in diverse locations and situations, facing different struggles, locally and globally. 

I am thrilled to be a presenter, along with many other engaging scholars and business professionals from all sectors. My presentation, “Manage Work-Life Tension with Clear Communication,” is scheduled for Friday, March 18 between 10:15 and 11: 45 a.m. I hope to see you there. For more information and to register visit bit.ly/WIL-2016 #GSEPwlb.

Esther C. Bleuel
MF, MFT, MDR
President and Founder
Esther is dedicated to empowering leaders and teams to improve the quality of their work and interpersonal relationships through the mastery of conversational skills. Contact Esther today for assistance with your tough conversations.

A Search For Common Ground – Part One: Authentic Discourse

A Search For Common Ground – Part Two: Overcoming Resistance

A Search For Common Ground – Part Three: Conversations That Work!

Jacob and Phil wrestled with each other in friendly but intense disagreement about a range of issues: power, government, same-sex marriage, religion, media, morality, race and more. Each often felt misunderstood and couldn’t understand why.

“You’re Not as Crazy as I Thought (But You’re Still Wrong),” written by Phil Neisser and Jacob Hess, presents an engaging look at a conversation that launched a sustained dialogue between Jacob, a professor, and Phil, a nonprofit leader. [Read more…]

Esther C. Bleuel
MF, MFT, MDR
President and Founder
Esther is dedicated to empowering leaders and teams to improve the quality of their work and interpersonal relationships through the mastery of conversational skills. Contact Esther today for assistance with your tough conversations.