8403 Colesville Rd., Suite 1100
Silver Spring, MD 20910



3 Social Isolation Survival Tips

Social distancing is about a month old. Your hair is shaggy, your roots are showing and you’re not looking your best. If you are a leader you are worried about the financial impacts of this shutdown and your cash flow. If you manage a team you may be concerned about employee productivity and how you…

April 14, 2020
No Comments
Interconnectedness and Social Distancing

Has almost every message you’ve received lately been about COVID 19? I wasn’t going to pile on; however, as the gravity of this global pandemic became clear and the severity of the impact on our daily lives became more dire, I knew it was important to reach out to you and share some perspective from…

March 26, 2020
No Comments
The Impact of Negative Self-Talk

Most of the conflict I deal with in my work is interpersonal, maybe even intergroup, but sometimes it’s the conversations with ourselves that have the biggest impact on our interactions in the workplace or at home. We have about 70,000 thoughts per day, and around 85% of those thoughts are negative. That much negativity is…

August 12, 2019
No Comments
Mediation Services

There are a variety of specialties that fall under the umbrella of mediation services. Some of them are topical and address a specific field, such as healthcare; others are tools that are used by mediators in the course of their work, such as neutral evaluations. This article is meant to take a brief look at…

June 25, 2019
No Comments
Featured by the Jeff Miller Consulting Alliance Newsletter

I’m thrilled that my blog, “Workplace Conflict and Tone of Voice”, was featured in the May newsletter of the Jeff Miller Consulting Alliance

May 16, 2019
No Comments
Trust, Mindfulness, and Being a Good Listener

The art of listening is truly one of the foundational elements of building and maintaining relationships, as well as exercising leadership.

May 7, 2019
No Comments