Beverly D. Flaxington – Author, Speaker, Trainer, Consultant, Hypnotist & Behavioral Expert joins the show.
Beverly is a published author and frequent radio guest and contributor to magazines, newsletters and online journals. Her book, Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets to Human Behavior, released in 2009, won the gold award from Readers Favorite for best new book on relationships. She also authored “The 7 Steps to Effective Business Building for Financial Advisors” which was selected by the Financial Planning Association to make available to their members. She is co-author of “Wealthbuilding: A Consumer’s Guide to Making Profitable and Comfortable Investment Decisions”, published by Dearborn Financial Publishing.
Beverly is a highly sought after national speaker on a variety of topics. She runs her own business as a corporate consultant and is also a professor at Suffolk University teaching undergraduate and graduate students, “Small Business Management”, “Leadership and Social Responsibility” “Organizational Behavior” and “Dealing with Difficult People”, a course she created for the University. Beverly is a Certified Hypnotist, Certified Hypnosis Trainer, Reiki Master Attunement Practitioner, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and Certified Professional Values Analyst (CPVA). She uses the DISC and PIAV tools frequently in her work with individuals and organizations.
Beverly hosts a blog talk radio show through the Diva Toolbox called “The Confidence Coach: Dealing with Difficult People”. She is an expert in sales, marketing, behavioral styles, hypnosis, time management, change management, communication and business building.
Beverly D. Flaxington discusses & answers the following:
- How can increasing our effectiveness in relationships actually contribute to our health?
- What specific steps can we take to minimize the stress related to dealing with difficult people?
- How do behavioral styles and communication process impact our relationships?
- Why do most people continue to be triggered by others even when they realize it is detrimental?
- What can we learn by watching ourselves and others in communication?