Every day is full of media input. It comes in the form of video, audio, written and pretty much any other way! What we hear and see can impact our underlying mood and views. Dr Darryl Cross unpacks how media impacts us, and gives us some ideas how to interact in a helpful way, and how can good news help.
Dr Darryl Cross is a clinical and organisational psychologist as well as a credentialed executive and career coach and an accredited family business advisor. He is also an author, facilitator, international speaker and university lecturer. Dr Darryl assists people to find their strengths, fulfill their potential and reach their goals. He works with businesses to facilitate communication and create positive cultures. Further information on Dr Darryl can be seen at www.DrDarryl.com and www.LeadershipCoaching.com.au and he can be contacted at email@example.com
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