David Bradford is the author of Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends, and Colleagues. He has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business for over 50 years and helped to cultivate a course affectionately known as “touchy-feely” where he has coached and consulted with hundreds of people to help them cultivate excellent relationships.
Join us in this interview on the School for Good Living Podcast as David and I discuss how we can better deal with conflict, the three realities in any situation and how to leverage them to strengthen relationships, and how to differentiate between thoughts and feelings. We also discuss how we can give better feedback and productively address pain points in relationships.
“Emotions are important because they give meaning to facts.”
This week on the School for Good Living Podcast:
- The “Touchy-feely” course David helped develop at the Stanford Graduate School of Business
- The keys to exceptional relationships
- The tennis court model and the three realities in any interaction
- Feedback as information rather than a requirement for change
- Breaking away from feedback sandwiches to create more actionable feedback
- How to correctly identify feelings and cognitions
- Breaking through fear by understanding their limitations
- Feeling pinched rather than hurt
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