Who’s Holding You Hostage? April 26, 2014
Dr. Mark Goulston rolls out the Premiere presentation of: “Who’s Holding You Hostage? How to Handle Bullies, Psychopaths and the People You Love” by invitation only at Metal International on April 26, 2014.
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FBI Hostage Negotiation Trainer Mark Goulston will enlighten us on the finer arts of dealing with the people that hold us hostage in life. Marks specialty deals with every day hostage situations: How to handle the bastards who force entry into our lives, how to deal with the psychopaths that won’t leave, and what to do when you love the person who holds your shackles. Timothy McNally of the FBI declares “the information he imparts will save lives.” Even Oprah, the Queen of home brewed advice herself has stated with conviction that “Mark Goulston knows his stuff.” So whether you are dealing with an unruly employee at work, or you need advice reconnecting with your significant other at home, do not miss this chance to learn from one of the most prolific negotiators of our time.Mark Goulston, M.D. is a business advisor, consultant, speaker, trainer and coach trained as a clinical psychiatrist. He has honed his skills as an FBI/police hostage negotiation trainer that increases people’s ability to get through to anyone. He is Co- Founder of Heartfelt Leadership and he serves on the Board of Advisers of American Women Veterans and Dr. Oz’ foundation, Health Corps. Mark Goulston is the author of the international best selling book, “Just Listen.” Goulston has spoken to, provided executive coaching to, or has consulted with: GE, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Xerox, Deutsche Bank, Hyatt, Accenture, Astra Zenica, British Airways, Sodexo, ESPN, Kodak, Federal Express, YPO, YPOWPO India, Association for Corporate Growth, FBI, Los Angeles District Attorney, White & Case, Seyfarth Shaw, UCLA Anderson School of Management, USC, Pepperdine University, etc. and had a PBS show made about his work.