Doubly trained as both an organizational and counseling psychologist, Dr. Andrea Molberg has spent her career helping people get along and organizations be more effective. As consultant, trainer, and executive coach she has worked with Fortune 500 companies, professional and trade associations, health care organizations, non-profits, start-ups, governmental agencies, and educational institutions for over 35 years. Her executive coaching clients include physicians, police chiefs, executives, and entrepreneurs.
In Emergency Kit for Finding Common Ground, Dr. Molberg’s explains how and why America is dangerously divided. The hostile chasm between those who don’t want Trump in office and those who would re-elect him is monumental, and she offers field-tested techniques for bridging the divide and helping people disagree without being disagreeable.
Need to heal, hope, and cope during these unprecedented times? This survival guide tells how. Along with answers to “How can Americans be so far apart?!” and “What do Americans as a people have in common?” the book offers ways to communicate with influence and overcome resistance to change during this health/economic/racial crisis.
As Dr. Molberg urges the American public to urgently debate policies and whether to dump Trump, this toolkit provides skills for lowering defensiveness and polarization. For readers of every political persuasion, there are useful tips and specific phrases for respectfully managing differences before, during, and after the 2020 presidential election. Because Dr. Molberg considers Trump’s leadership a threat to our well-being and place on the international stage, inside the overall message of how to repair strained relationships, the author states reasons to vote Trump out of office. This book will be a go-to guidebook now as well as after the next election.