Resources and Materials
For Management Professionals
Professional who work in management, sales, help desk, and healthcare all rely on developing relationships as the conduit for their business. Great communication and conflict resolution skills are the path to building committed, trusting relationships. Ric teaches professionals the key skills from the trenches of therapy that they can use to build productive business relationships. Information below is most helpful for Project Managers, Salespeople, Functional Managers and Healthcare Providers.
A Message for Mile High PMI Attendees:
The Bucket List (PDF 1 mb)
Find your "1 Thing" using the Bucket List exercise.
Anytime Speech Outline & Zooming (PDF 1 mb)
Use the speech outline to create your presentation, dog and pony or networking conversation-starter. Zooming is a concept you can use to become the de-facto leader in just about any conversation.
The TALC Method and using The Fix (PDF 1 mb)
Resolving conflict is a key communication skill for leadership. By listening intently to your partner's judgements, you can help them de-escalate their emotions and get to the heart of the issue.
Relationship Cycle (PDF 1 mb)
Relationships often evolve into a pattern that stifles intimacy because conflict doesn't resolve and leaves resentment.
For Divorce Professionals
Mental healthcare is critical during times of transition and stress. As you probably know, divorce is a legal, financial, and emotional transition. One of the few times most men attend counseling will be during divorce. Let's work together to help our clients grow from this process so the next phase of their life is better than the last.
The 7-Point Warning Checklist (PDF 2.4 mb)
How to know when to refer your client to my counseling service: He's sitting across the desk going on-and-on. Ranting about his wife who says this and does that. You're his attorney and you have an agenda to help him with his case. Or maybe you're a financial planner trying to help him face the reality of his future by offering a few options. He's not hearing you. He's hurting and angry. Tell him that you know a therapist in Lone Tree who only works with men. It really helps and it's completely confidential.
Parenting Through Divorce (PDF 322 kb)
This Quick Guide is helpful for parents who are concerned about their kid's during the divorce process. The guide offers tips from Suzy Yehl Marta who started Rainbows for All Children, a non-profit organization dedicated to being the premier source of support for all youth as they navigate grief and heal from loss, whether from death, divorce, deployment, or other trauma. This is an excellent source to provide your clients who have these concerns.