Please enjoy this encore presentation of my interview with my good friend and colleague Sherrie Rosenblatt from back in July. We talk about the communications challenges she's faced during her long career helping food-related organizations navigate difficult communication situations. If you haven't already, please subscribe to, rate and review this podcast. You can send questions to wtswtgt@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter at #wtswtgt. And I'll be back next week with an all-new episode on the "D" in the CODE for trust and credibility: dedication and commitment.
The need to be open and honest may be obvious, but it can still trip you up in a difficult situation. In this episode, we discuss how to bolster this portion of your overall CODE score. Plus, I answer a question from a listener that I get all the time from family and friends: Is President Trump a trustworthy and credible person? As always, thank you to Jim Cirillo at jimiumgroup.com for our original music and CC Snetsinger for our original art. Please send questions to wtswtgt@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter @wtswtgt, and subscribe, rate, and review!  
One of the great things about podcasting is that you get to join a worldwide community of fellow podcasters. I met Aaditya Mehta through the Facebook group called Podcast Guest Connection. Aaditya lives in Mumbai, India, where he hosts a podcast called Personality Development. Last week, I appeared on Aaditya’s show. He was kind enough to give me permission to record our conversation and make it available – unedited – to my listeners. I hope you enjoy it.
When it comes to judging whether a source of information is trustworthy and credible, caring and empathy are the most important criteria in the CODE. In this episode, we take a closer look at what caring and empathy means and how we can show audiences that we're caring and empathetic in difficult situations. You can order a copy of Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most on Amazon by following this link: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=difficult+conversations+how+to+discuss+what+matters+most&crid=3RTPB6ZHULBQ8&sprefix=difficult+%2Caps%2C164&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-apa-p_4_10. Thanks as always to Jim Cirillo for the original music and CC Snetsinger for the original art. Please send questions to wtswtgt@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter at #wstwtgt.
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Birthdate
Jun 5th, 1966
Episode Count
19
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
8 hours, 18 minutes
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