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Understanding Passive, Aggressive, and Assertive People



Behavioral Psychologist Dr. Denise Dudley take the guest chair and joins Chris on this weeks episode. Denise outlines a snap shot of passive, aggressive, and assertive people. She then adds some advice for leaders in knowing the best way to interact with these personalities. Denise then shares her definition of passive aggressive people and how to talk to an assertive person if they need to receive some corrective feedback.

This show really outlines the information needed to interact with these 3 personalities. This is a must listen show.


Recognizing and Dealing with Stress During Pandemic Part II



In this episode of the Ultimate Leadership Podcast Behavioral Psychologist Denise Dudley returns for Part II of her discussion of Recognizing and Dealing with Stress During Pandemic. In Part II Denise outlines the tools you will need to help you manage stress. She outlines how stress works against the immune system, and why self care is important. Denise gives you tips on the importance of working with your breathing and using relaxation techniques or mediation to relax. She finishes up the discussion with how to stop negative self talk that adds to your stress.


Recognizing and Dealing with Stress in the Times of Pandemic Part I



Sheltering at Home, Loss of Your Job, or Fear of Getting Covid-19 these are all stressors. In the time of this Pandemic we are more susceptible to becoming stressed and suffering more anxiety attacks. On the show today Behavioral Psychologist Dr. Denise Dudley joins host Chris Cebollero as she breaks down stress, what are they symptoms, defines chronic and acute stress and offers some wisdom in how to recognize your feelings of stress. This is Part 1 of 2 episodes. In Part II Denise outlines ways to manage this stress.


Dealing with Difficult Employee Behavior



We are joined by Author, and Speaker and Coach, Denise Dudley. Denise is the Founder of Skill Path Seminars, and she shares her knowledge and expertise in dealing with unfavorable or difficult employee behaviors. What’s the importance of carrying a notebook? When do we get HR involved? What is the best way to coach and council difficult employees? Find the answers to these questions and other great pearls of wisdom.

Check out Denise’s website at www.denisemdudley.com