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 Working Dynamics Newsletter .  
December 2003 
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Greetings! Welcome to the first issue of the Working Dynamics Newsletter. In this and future issues, we will pass along suggestions for basic ways to build successful careers and productive workplaces. We also want to let you know about some of our recent successes.

We will send four issues of this e-newsletter to you in 2004. If you would prefer not to receive them, you can unsubscribe below. However, we hope that you will find it interesting and will let us know what you would like to see in the future. Success at work is important to all of us and worth the effort to achieve. Best wishes for your continued success, Working Dynamics.

In this issue...
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  • Working Dynamics President Recognized by NAWBO Richmond
  • Lunch Learning Sessions
  • Online Quiz to Test your Hot Buttons
  • Eight Ways to Develop Trust
  • What Is Conflict at Work Costing You?

  • Lunch Learning Sessions
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    We are pleased to announce that Jada Banks, Richmond educator and trainer, will join Working Dynamics in presenting a new seminar series for the workplace. Learn-at-lunch sessions are designed for all employees. They are offered on site, making it easy for busy staff members. Sample topics include "Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence at Work" and "You're Not Hearing What I'm Saying (even though I thought I was clear)." See full listing of topics available for lunch sessions as well as half-day and full-day seminars for leaders and development sessions for teams. For more information, contact us at (804) 353-9527 or e-mail info@workdyn.com.

    Full details on seminars ... »

    Online Quiz to Test your Hot Buttons
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    As a first step to managing conflict in your worklife, learn your hot buttons - those irritations and annoyances that sometimes provoke you into conflict, even though you "know better." You can take a Hot Button Test online on the Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP) website at the Eckerd College Leadership Development Institute. To return, simply close the top window.

    Hot Button Quiz »

    Eight Ways to Develop Trust
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    Highly publicized examples in large organizations have emphasized the desperate need for restored employee trust. Recovering and rebuilding trust is much more difficult that preventing erosion of trust in the first place. You don't have to be the CEO to build trust in your organization. Leaders at all levels have multiple opportunities on a regular basis to build trust levels within their team and the entire organization.

    Eight Ways ... »

    What Is Conflict at Work Costing You?
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    You know how uncomfortable it is when your relationship with your boss goes sour or there is internal conflict within your team. When does discomfort cross the line and become a real drain on you personally and professionally? Use an online tool to measure the effects of unmanaged conflict on you personally and another to measure its effect on teams. When you are finished, click RESET to clear your forms. After you have made some changes in relationships at work, come back and use the tools again!

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    Working Dynamics President Recognized by NAWBO Richmond
    The National Association of Women Business Owners/Richmond recently recognized Susan Gunn, Working Dynamics president, as Member of the Year. The award was presented at the 2003 NAWBO/Verizon Enterprising Women of Excellence Awards Dinner to honor accomplishments in recruiting and involving new members and new board members, bringing new vitality and meaning to the role of leadership chair, helping bring new diversity to the membership and board, and serving as a mentor to business owners in the chapter.

    NAWBO and Verizon's top honors for business success and contribution to the community were given to these business owners: Katrina VanHuss, owner of Turnkey Promotions, Inc., recipient of the LandAmerica Woman Entrepreneur of the Year; Cara Dickens, owner of Glass & Powder Board Shop, Inc., recipient of the Data Concepts Rising Star Award; and Maggi Beckstoffer, owner of MBM Marketing, recipient of the Owens & Minor Community Service Award.

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