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Tackling workplace drama, cultivating peace and increasing productivity with Jami Hudson

by Jami Hudson
| Aug 09, 2018

This week we are featuring a new member, certified mediator and life/business coach Jami Hudson. Join us in welcoming Jami!

Less drama leads to more of the good stuff, like peacefulness and productivity. Like serenity and satisfaction. I started Drama Free Workplaces because I am certain I can help you get more of the good stuff and enjoy life in and out of the workplace.

Take Jami's conflict resolution survey! The survey includes questions on the type of conflict and the types of support you need, the cost of conflict to the organization, and the type of training that would be most beneficial.

My name is Jami Hudson and I am the Stop the Drama Mama. After helping hundreds of clients stop the drama and teaching at the graduate level, I am certain I can help you reclaim peace. Or perhaps find it for the first time in your life.

Conflict is an expensive thief. Our relationship to conflict can restore us or sink us. We want things—or let’s be honest, people—to change, but we succumb to old patterns of dealing with the issue AND the people. We do this even though we know the adage, “doing the same thing and expecting different results is insanity.”

Conflict is also drama. A drama triangle, complete with victims, heroes, and villains. But we can recast the roles and change the story. I can't wait to show you how!

Jami Hudson Member Profile 8-11-2018 

I joined GSBA because I believe in doing what I can to change my little corner of the world and my favorite corner is Seattle. Also, as part of the LGBTQ community and with family who are as well, I am thrilled to be part of a group that supports equality, diversity, and inclusion.

Equality is good living. Good loving. And yes, good business. It means treating others like the amazing, mysterious, priceless being that they are. Always and all ways.

Want to learn more about creating a drama free workplace? Free discovery sessions are available on my website. If nothing else, we should create a conflict price tag so you know exactly what it's costing your company. And if you're game, we can talk about what it is costing you personally.