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“Feed The Need” delivers a comprehensive view of the pain that causes disruption in our personal and professional lives and offers a prescription to relieve it. As a coach, leadership training facilitator, and keynote speaker, I provide the guidance needed to change lives for the better by reducing conflict, promoting understanding and healthy communication, and improving problem solving approaches. Imagine living a life where you feel fulfilled, where what you need and what you have are the very same thing. Our world has its fair share of conflict and communication breakdowns, stress and resentment, heartaches and hopelessness. At the root of all of these things is one common thread: Pain. Where does this pain come from? Unmet needs. When we need water, we are thirsty and we will eventually die if we are not hydrated. When we need food, we are hungry and death will follow if we aren’t fed. When our physical needs aren’t met it leads to suffering and death. Our emotional needs drive our behavior and severely affect our psychological well-being, and when they aren’t met we behave in destructive and dysfunctional ways. In this groundbreaking book, you will discover how to identify, understand, and feed your core emotional needs so that you can live more harmoniously with yourself and others. "Feed The Need" will change the way you think about problems, and strengthen and empower you to solve them. Stop suffering and tolerating struggle and start celebrating and living abundantly by feeding your true hunger.
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Dr. Bridget Cooper is an experienced and dynamic educator, facilitator, executive coach, and management and leadership consultant. She was trained in systems theory and uses this orientation to help people in organizations understand and own their role in their relationships. Her core drive (need!) is to help people to be passionate and invigorated about their lives and work so that they will propel their organizations toward success, create healthy work climates, strong and positive working relationships, and happier clients and customers. Her forte is developing and delivering interactive and motivational training and keynote speeches on finding your passion and purpose, effective communication, conflict resolution, relationship building, productivity, time management, and decision making and problem solving. She has a proven track record of proactively, strategically, and effectively managing high-level organizational change and translating strategy into measurable objectives. She has found that when companies know what their employees and customers need, and seek to feed those needs, they companies prosper. She has conducted seminars, retreats, and keynotes for numerous associations and organizations including: CSAE, Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce, CT Boards of Education, VVA, Gateway Financial Partners, Junior League of Washington, DoD, Connecticut Associated Builders & Contractors, Hartford Dental Society, Bethany College, Draeger, GW University, USA Weekend, and American Case Management Association. She also serves as a presenter for two chapters of Second Saturdays through WIN (“Women’s Independence Network”). For more information, please visit www.allaboutwin.com. Raised in New England, she earned her B.S. with a concentration in HR management from UMass, her M.A. in marriage and family therapy at UConn, and her Ed.D. through the educational leadership program at the George Washington University. Her dissertation was on the social network structures of women in academic medicine. Dr. Cooper volunteers as a leader in the Girl Scouts organization and serves on the Board of the Parent-Teacher Organization. She’s been a soccer coach, religious education instructor, and elementary school room parent and activity chairperson, too. Prior to her move to Connecticut, she served as an instructor in conflict resolution and anger management for inmates of the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center.
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