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Bill Taylor grew up on a farm in northwestern Montana, taught vocational agriculture for 16 years, then became an Agriculture and Natural Resource Extension Educator with the University of Wyoming for 11 years. In 2005 he took on the position of Community Development Area Extension Educator with the University of Wyoming. You can read his articles at Scribd. Contact Bill at weston@uwyo.edu.

A Bill Taylor Podcast

These are insights of Bill Taylor, University of Wyoming Extension Community Development Area Educator. He provides audio podcasts on numerous subjects, including personal and family financial literacy, board governance, business management, estate planning, leadership development, facilitation, conflict management, horticulture, and other subjects of interest.

Conflict Management

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Download HAVING DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS (Part 2)  2011-12-09 (4.55 MB)

HAVING DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS (Part 2)

  • Second part on how to conduct difficult conversations.

Download HAVING DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS  2011-12-09 (4.55 MB)

HAVING DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS

  • We all deal with conflict and part of conflict management is successfully shaping difficult conversations.

Download Generational Differences in the Workplace  2011-12-08 (4.62 MB)

Generational Differences in the Workplace

  • How different age groups work differently.

Download Generations  2011-12-08 (4.21 MB)

Generations

  • How do the attitudes and expectations of various age groups differ?

Download Board Conflict  2011-12-05 (4.3 MB)

Board Conflict

  • How to deal with conflicts on your board.

Download Employer Leadership  2011-11-09 (4.72 MB)

Employer Leadership

  • How to increase employee performance with improved employer leadership.

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