Join our episode with Hesha Abrams, a master at turning high conflict into amicable resolutions and resolving delicate matters with diplomacy and skill, where she shares valuable insights on conflict resolution, business success, and personal growth, including her four-step process in settling disputes, strategies for avoiding critical mistakes, and the power of recognizing early signs in shifting dynamics for deeper connections.
With Hesha Abrams, a master at turning high conflict into amicable resolutions and resolving delicate matters with diplomacy and skill, has resolved thousands of high profile or difficult matters, including mediating the case over the secret recipe for Pepsi. Hesha has worked with a wide range of clients, from large multinational companies to individual inventors, creating deals and solving cases. Her strategic ability to remain calm and balanced in complex situations leads to successful outcomes making her a leading name in her field, and an invaluable resource in any dispute resolution process. She specializes in crafting innovative solutions for complex or difficult matters in Intellectual Property, Commercial, Pharmaceuticals, Securities and “Deal Mediation”, which is driving a complex business deal to a successful signing.
Hesha's popular new book, “Holding the Calm: The Secret to Resolving Conflict and Defusing” is where she shares her secrets on how to read a situation to solve problems, eliminate conflict, and restore harmony. Learn these secrets and inspiring stories to resolve conflict and defuse tension.
Join our conversation where Hesha shares valuable insights on how you can settle disputes and create a business and life that you love while protecting yourself from being destroyed by one mistake. Additionally, she discusses VUCS - a four-step process she created for handling any situation and how to use it in the moment. You will also learn in this episode how recognizing early signs of fight, flight or freeze can shift power dynamics, and understand the concept of multiplexing, which enables deeper connections with other people.
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