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Conflict in the Workplace: What’s Your Style?

Workplace conflict is an unavoidable consequence of everyday life. Some employees are magnets for conflict, while others manage to avoid tangles with co-workers on a regular basis. Eventually however, everyone has run-ins with someone on the job. Managers can spend anywhere from 25-60 percent of th…
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Mediating When Communication Breaks Down Between Coworkers

When coworkers are caught in conflict, do you know how to re-open the lines of communication without getting trapped in the fallout? Do you care—or do you just stay clear? As a leader, here’s what you can do to minimize the grumbling, reduce stress and hopefully resolve the issue: Avoid taking side…
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Recognizing Stress Triggers in the Workplace

There are several causes of work place stress. Great managers identify stressors within their department and put  strategies in place to minimize the risk of negative stress for their team. Some common stressors and positive management tips are: Demand-employees are able to cope with the demands of…
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What Every Manager Needs to Know About Difficult People

Difficult employees are known for causing disruption & anxiety.  If you take the time to look beyond the behavior, the employee may be able to be saved and anxiety kept to a minimum.   How can a manager get “tuned in” to deal with the traits head on ultimately leading to a more productive employ…
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Michelle Hruska

Michelle Hruska, LIMHP, LADC After working in a residential treatment facility for adolescents with substance abuse and mental health disorders, Michelle Hruska, LIMHP, LADC, knew she wanted a career that allowed her to continue helping individuals struggling with addiction.   As a coordinator for…
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Amy Monzingo

Amy Monzingo, MS, LMHP, LMHC Amy Monzingo, MS, LMHP, LMHC, was always the person friends would come to when they needed a listening ear, so becoming a counselor was a natural step for her. As a counselor with the Best Care Employee Assistance Program, her most rewarding moments are when a client e…
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Joy Youngland

Joy Youngland, MS, MSW, LIMHP, CWS Many clients who see Joy Youngland, MS, MSW, LIMHP, CWS, refer to their sessions with her as their “Joy time.” “I work hard to help people find contentment and moments of joy as they work through their struggles and life challenges,” said Youngland, a counselor w…
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Ralph Orsi

Ralph Orsi, MA, LIMHP, NCC Ralph Orsi, MA, LIMHP, NCC, has been a counselor with Best Care EAP since completing his community counseling graduate program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2002. He’s a self-proclaimed “no-holds-barred individual” who believes strongly in the value of honest…