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Join us weekly as we explore the interesting corners of mediation, conflict resolution and peacemaking. We speak with experienced practitioners, innovators, pioneers and boundary pushers to tackle some of the controversial and difficult topics in our field while finding ways to grow our practices and implement new ideas.
 
Here’s the 12 skills approach for you to resolve your conflicts constructively. Conflict Resolution Network has tested and refined these skills over many years to support you having better relationships at home, at work and in the community. And they’ll help you design much better solutions, too! Our presenter is Helena Cornelius, a professional psychologist with a wealth of conflict resolving experience. It's based on the book, Everyone Can Win. The writing team for this audio series is Hel ...
 
Learn how to resolve legal disputes or personal challenges through different collaborative concepts. We will work with spiritual principles through affirmations, meditations, music. Guests will discuss relevant issues regarding self empowerment and inspiration to guide others. As a lawyer, coach and facilitator, I work with clients every day to help empower them to resolve their disputes. If they can understand how any inner challenge they may be facing is affecting their outer circumstances ...
 
Why are some places affected by violence and disorder while others enjoy peace and stability? From the University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts, “Root of Conflict” analyzes violent conflict around the world, and the people, societies, and policy issues it affects. We meet with leading experts to discuss what can be done to create more peaceful societies. This series is produced in partnership with the Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, Harris School of Pu ...
 
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In this episode, we’re discussing why trying to control other peoples’ actions creates the opposite effect and only results in more internal conflict. We’re showing you how to become more aware of your thoughts and feelings, and how to find the beauty from the conflict within. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.thriveinc.com…
 
Join us this week as we discuss the importance of solid foundations in gardening and how this applies to business with our guest Robin Kelson. Nature is an extraordinary teacher, and a garden has a lot to say about how to develop relationships. Learn how to use this fantastic resource in this week’s episode! Get full show notes and more information…
 
In this episode, we talk about how horses find belonging in a herd and how their desire to belong compares to this desire for humans. We want you to cultivate that inner sense of belonging so that you can bring your voice forward, and today we're showing you how. Remember, even if you get a bad response, at least you will belong to yourself. Get fu…
 
Join us this week as we’re showing you how to process the change you may have gone through in the last year and sharing some tips to cope with change effectively. We share the three stages of transition and why it is a psychological reorientation, and how understanding this will help you to support yourself through change. Get full show notes and m…
 
In this episode, we discuss the relationship between silence, values, and feedback in your team, and share some tips you can use to review if your systems are out of alignment with your values. We’re sharing why silence is such a big issue in a team and how making values known and providing feedback to your team helps them function successfully. Ge…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali examines Africa's refugee crisis. He is joined by Eskinder Negash President and CEO, of the U.S. Committee on Refugees and Immigrants and Elizabeth Lou founder and President of the Nile Sisters Development Initiative.VOA
 
Join us this week to hear some staggering statistics about the inequality faced by women within organizations and why supporting women in the workplace is fundamentally important to a team’s success. We share why inequality for women has worsened through the pandemic, and some tips to support women and other marginalized identities within the workp…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa; host Shaka Ssali examines a report released by Freedom House that reveals global freedom and democracy is on an accelerated decline. He is joined by Jon Temin, Director of the Africa Program at Freedom House and Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede, Professor of Global Affairs and Politics at Farmingdale State College.…
 
Join us this week as we discuss why having both narrow focus and bigger picture focus in your team are crucial, and why one is not more important than the other. We discuss the importance of having a leader who can build team trust in an organization, and how being aware of a multitude of viewpoints can help you stop missing windows of opportunity …
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa; host Shaka Ssali examines the significance of Pan-Africanism. He is joined by Mammo Muchie, Research Professor in Innovation Studies at Tshwane University of Technology in South Africa and Coumba Toure chair of the board of TrustAfrica and co-coordinator of Africans Rising for Justice, Peace, and Dignity in …
 
Tune in this week to hear us work through some real conflict live in the episode. Many people think that conflict means fighting, but this is actually just a sign that the real conflict underneath isn’t being dealt with. We share some signs that issues are not being addressed in your team and show you how to use conflict to deal with differences an…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali reflects on some of the major developments in the Republic of Sudan. He is joined by Nureldin Satti, Ambassador of the Republic of the Sudan to the U.S., Temi Ibirogba, program and research associate for the Center for International Policy's Africa program, and John Tanza Mabusu host and mana…
 
Join us this week to learn why understanding these behaviors can help you cultivate more effective relationships, both in your personal and professional life. We discuss why your team is like a marriage, and share some tools to apply in leadership to help you bring the magic to teamwork. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.th…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa; host Shaka Ssali reflects on the recent American presidential elections from an African perspective. His guests are Katherine Gypson, VOA’s Congressional Correspondent, Pauline Muchina Public Education & Advocacy Coordinator for the Africa Region for the American Friends Service Committee and Claude Gatebuke…
 
Join us this week and discover what it means to be a lighthouse and learn to shine your light brightly from the inside out. We discuss what happens when leaders aren’t working as a lighthouse and the effect that this has upon the rest of the team, and share some tips to help you think like a lighthouse in any area of your life. Get full show notes …
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali explores how agriculture can become a critical pathway to prosperity in Africa. He is joined by Debisi Araba, Managing Director of the African Green Revolution Forum. Agriculture is not just about producing food, the right policies and economic frameworks can create sustainable jobs and provi…
 
Join us this week as we share some examples of congruent leadership and show you the importance of slowing down in order to check in with yourself. We discuss ways you might be displaying incongruences in your life, and why acknowledging how you feel within will enable you to take steps that feel right for you. Get full show notes and more informat…
 
The relationship between illegal financial flows and state-level violence is present in conflicts around the world, and is especially pronounced in Afghanistan. In particular, the country’s thriving drug market based on the opium trade has proven to be a major economic factor that has been fueling the ongoing conflict. In this episode of Root of Co…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali examines Africa's refugee crisis. He is joined by Eskinder Negash President and CEO, of the U.S. Committee on Refugees and Immigrants and Elizabeth Lou founder and President of the Nile Sisters Development Initiative.VOA
 
Join us this week for a fascinating discussion with the incredible Dov Baron about identity and the importance of living authentically. We discuss why curiosity and courage is the key to success and how finding your dragon fire within will enable you to feel fulfilled and make the difference you want to make in the world. Get full show notes and mo…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali discusses the recent elections in Uganda. He is joined by Sarah Bireete Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Governance in Uganda and Moses Khisa, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies at North Carolina State University in the United States.…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about the power of team accountability and how to recognize and call out bullying and shaming tactics. We’re teaching you how to pay attention to your own behaviors and actions, and how to stop being complicit in these behaviors in the workplace. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.thriveinc.com…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa; guest host Peter Clottey explores Gabon’s counter-poaching fight to save forest elephants that are being killed for their ivory. He is joined by Lee White Gabon’s Minister of Water, Forests, the Sea and Environment and Carla Babb, VOA’s Pentagon Correspondent. Babb embedded with a small U.S. military team tr…
 
The War in Afghanistan following the US invasion in 2001 is almost two decades old. In recent years there’s been a growing appetite for a non-military resolution to the conflict. We speak with Laurel Miller — the Asia Program Director at International Crisis Group and a former state department official working on Afghanistan and Pakistan — about th…
 
Join us this week and hear five common mistakes we’ve seen leaders make, and how you can use them to improve the effectiveness of your team. We’re discussing the benefits of working with others, and how learning from these mistakes can help you have honest, productive conversations with your team. Get full show notes and more information here:https…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa guest host Vincent Makori examines the impact of a second wave of the coronavirus in Africa. His guests are Dr. Ahmed Ogwell Ouma Deputy Director of Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and Tolbert G. Nyenswah Senior Research Associate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Former…
 
Tune in this week as we discuss how working virtually affects different people, and how you can facilitate online meetings to harness better outcomes. We’re sharing some tips and tools to maximize efficiency when working with others and showing you how to use the resources available to you to improve working relationships. Get full show notes and m…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali explores the connection between elections and democracy across Africa. He is joined by Phiwokuhle Mnyandu Lecturer of African Studies at Howard University and Norman Mbabazi a Lawyer with Nyanzi, Kiboneka and Mbabazi Advocates in Uganda.VOA
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa, guest host Vincent Makori reviews major developments that impacted Africa in 2020 and issues that are likely to set the pace for 2021. He is joined by Emira Woods a Pan African Strategist and Kenneth Mwenda, Law Professor at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.…
 
VOA’s Straight Talk Africa is celebrating its 20th anniversary. In this special edition, host Shaka Ssali talks about his personal journey and why the program has been so popular over the years. We will also hear from longtime guests about their experiences being on the show and from longtime fans on how the show has enriched their knowledge of Afr…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali has an in-depth conversation with internationally recognized singer, songwriter and actress, Yvonne Chaka Chaka. The humanitarian is also a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Eastern and Southern Africa. For almost three decades her music has been popular across Africa and following a 199…
 
A few weeks back, we discussed how to deal with stress when the stressor won’t go away, but we think there’s more to the conversation. So often, when stress impacts us, it’s not the stress that’s affecting us but the way we’re thinking about it. This week, we want you to learn to separate the stress from the stressor, unpack your emotions, and lear…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa guest host Vincent Makori discusses Ghana’s December 11 presidential election. He is joined by Peter Clottey Host of VOA’s Nightline Africa who is covering the elections in Ghana, Clara K. Beeri Kasser-Tee a Lawyer and lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law and Kwaku Nuamah, Professor of Internatio…
 
Join us this week as we discuss how non-profit organizations have been affected by the pandemic and how they can plan to move forward in the future. Barbara shares the importance of funding and finance in non-profits and why it’s necessary to have a thriving, robust group of leaders versus a group of overworked, underpaid staff, for a non-profit to…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa; guest host Vincent Makori discusses the demonstrations against alleged police violence in Nigeria. He is joined by Ahhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture of the Republic of Nigeria, Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede, Professor of Political Science, Farmingdale State College and Grace Alheri Abdu Mana…
 
Climate change will affect rich and poor countries — but poorer countries are predicted to pay the greatest human and economic cost. In this episode we interview Amir Jina, an Assistant Professor at University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy, researching how economic and social development is shaped by the environment. He uses economics…
 
When we’re hooked in or feeling defeated by conflict and division, perhaps our focus is too narrow. It might be time to open up to the bigger picture. This skill, Broadening Perspectives, is from Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving all kinds of conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali explores initiatives in education that create a bridge between Africa and the United States. He is joined by Walla Elsheikh, Co-founder and CEO of Birthright Africa, Sidiki Traore, President and Founder of Distance Education for Africa, Ernest Obobisa of the Ghana Chapter of the American Fiel…
 
Join us on the podcast this week as we contemplate belonging and the different ways people might feel like they belong. We discuss why belonging doesn’t always have to come from other people, and why finding your ground will help you digest the events going on in the world around you. We want to know, what does belonging mean to you? Get full show …
 
How can you help people who are really stuck and angry with each other? There are lots of mediating interventions that can turn difficult conversations around. This is the second episode of our Introduction to mediation in Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and …
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa host Shaka Ssali discusses an initiative by two doctors from different continents to provide medical care to rural communities in Uganda. The doctors are, from Austin in the state of Texas in the U.S. Dr. Arthur Bikangaga, Surgeon and Director of Energize Rural Africa and from Kabale in Uganda Sam Tumwesigire…
 
How can you best help others in conflict? Don’t take sides! Once you have a grip on the basics of mediation, you’ll be a very handy person to have around, even if you never formally mediate a conflict. This episode is part of Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skill…
 
In this edition of Straight Talk Africa, host Shaka Ssali discusses three major elections on the continent. He is joined by Chipo Dendere, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Wellesley College and David Onserio Monda, Professor of Political Science at the City University of New York.VOA
 
Join us on the podcast this week as we discuss why humans must connect with others and the importance of vulnerability and self-revelation when we do so. We’re explaining the resonance model and why when people show authentically, it can lead to transformations. Energetic vibration can happen over a screen as well as in person, and this episode wil…
 
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