Bina Patel in the Media

Observer

As an organizational health specialist or an individual who works with people, it is difficult to sometimes take time to relate to the people and find the root cause of the problem. Understanding how the brain is impacted during conflict is vital to helping people find their path to conflict resolution.”
— Observer: How Terrorists Recruit Female Suicide Bombers

Conflict around race and ethnicity has recently manifested itself as a global conversation on race and discrimination. In some contexts, conflict is beneficial to advancing equality and inclusion. For example, the recent protests have inspired many companies to dedicate themselves more fully to ensuring they have a diverse workforce.”
— Thrive Global: Solving Conflicts Around Race and Ethnicity in the Workplace

Authority Magazine — Bina Patel of Transformational Paradigms: Emotional Intelligence; What It Is, Why It Is So Essential, And How We Can Increase It

Appreciate them because they are coming to you with courage. Digest what they are saying and avoid judging them. Recall their emotions as you play their experience in your head. Think about their circumstances and see the emotion. Feel their emotion and relate to their circumstances.”
— Authority Magazine: Bina Patel of Transformational Paradigms: Emotional Intelligence; What It Is, Why It Is So Essential, And How We Can Increase It

Forbes: Leaders: 4 Simple Ways You Can Manage Your Time And Engage Your Team

Time management is invaluable to being a highly effective leader. The biggest challenge new leaders often face is knowing how to manage their day-to-day while showing up for their team. In an effort to prove themselves, new leaders will take on more than they can handle and assume their team is capable of fully functioning without them.”
— Forbes: Leaders: 4 Simple Ways You Can Manage Your Time And Engage Your Team

Thrive Global: 7 SIGNATURE Traits of a Transformational Leader

Strategizing how and where to cut programs is a major task. Saving jobs is far more challenging. How does an organization re-shuffle employees? How can employees be placed in organizational components where their talent and skills empower them to succeed?”
— Thrive Global: 7 SIGNATURE Traits of a Transformational Leader

PR Newswire: Depicting Female Suicide Bombers: Understanding the Radicalization Process

“With literature taken from the origins of Arabic that excluded diacritical marks and included linguistic errors, terrorist organizations have manipulated the peaceful religious scriptures of Islam to recruit the forbidden fruit, women, to execute their missions.
— PR Newswire: Depicting Female Suicide Bombers: Understanding the Radicalization Process

Mediate.com: Ombuds and Mediation

Organizations today are slowly adopting the concept of an Organizational Ombudsman. Among the standards of practice, an organizational Ombudsman provides a constant safe space. ”
— Mediate.com: Ombuds and Mediation

The Round Table: April 29th Episode of The Round Table Talk Show

Dr. Bina Patel is a conflict resolution and organizational health specialist. She provides conflict management services to reduce workforce turnover, increase morale, and decrease costs in organizational systems. Dr. Patel works in emergency management. She has a consulting practice, Transformational Paradigms, providing leadership executive consulting to C-Suite teams on establishing healthy workplace cultures and much more.”
— The Round Table: April 29th Episode of The Round Table Talk Show

Thrive Global: 4 Reasons WHY Transformational Leaders Are Needed More Than Ever!

As we slowly start to rebuild, new norms and customs start to take place. New ways of thinking emerge and naturally, we become grateful for simply making it through the storm! During a crisis, managers who believe their decisions and ways of leading were successful, before the storm, will naturally digress back to this leadership style which is not always productive.”
— Thrive Global: 4 Reasons WHY Transformational Leaders Are Needed More Than Ever!

Forbes: Women Bullied At Work: Here’s Why Your Female Boss Doesn’t Support You

Social movements such as #MeToo and Time’s Up are igniting change and bringing women together. Yet, it still remains taboo for women to speak out about woman-on-woman bullying at work.”
— Forbes: Women Bullied At Work: Here’s Why Your Female Boss Doesn’t Support You

Mediate.com: The Brain Under Conflict

As an organizational health specialist or an individual who works with people, it is difficult to sometimes take time to relate to the people and find the root cause of the problem. Understanding how the brain is impacted during conflict is vital to helping people find their path to conflict resolution.”
— Mediate.com: The Brain Under Conflict

The Gentlewoman Boss Podcast: Ep. 6 - Conflict Resolution and Emergency Management During Covid-19 with Dr. Bina Patel

In this fascinating episode, I had the privilege of virtually sitting down with Dr. Bina Patel. Dr. Patel specializes in conflict resolution and organizational health, working in emergency management. She provides conflict management services to reduce workforce turnover, increase morale, and decrease costs in organizational systems – no small feat during the Covid-19 pandemic.”
— The Gentlewoman Boss Podcast: Ep. 6 – Conflict Resolution and Emergency Management During Covid-19 with Dr. Bina Patel

Forbes: 4 Things You Didn’t Know About Non-Disclosure Agreements

Most NDAs include a confidentiality clause or non-disparagement provision. This clause or provision prohibits current or former employees from speaking negatively about the company and disclosing their experience. Those who violate them risk facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines or retaliation. For this reason, 87-94% of victims never come forward to report an incident or their abuser.”
— Forbes: 4 Things You Didn’t Know About Non-Disclosure Agreements

The Round Table: April 9th Episode of The Round Table Talk Show

Dr. Bina Patel is a conflict resolution and organizational health specialist. She provides conflict management services to reduce workforce turnover, increase morale, and decrease costs in organizational systems. Click to see video.”
— The Round Table: April 9th Episode of The Round Table Talk Show

Navigating Culture: How To Handle The Conflict Without Creating Chaos

This week I invited Bina onto the show to talk all about conflict resolution and how to approach situations we typically try to avoid. We dug into issues like setting healthy boundaries and attacking issues head-on instead of shying away. Bina providing a few tips on how to approach conflicts without feeling bad about yourself and your situation”
— Navigating Culture: How To Handle The Conflict Without Creating Chaos

Meeting Minds: Conflict Resolution 101

“I got into it because I was interested in female suicide terrorists. I wanted to understand what makes them tick. There was a program coming up, a doctoral program very new, 2010. What captured my attention was why do people want to become suicide bombers and what is the behavior and mindset behind it.
— Meeting Minds: Conflict Resolution 101

#STAYHUMAN: Ep37: Conflict Resolution with Bina Patel Ph.D

When to address conflict, Why things aren’t always as they seem, How to be objective when addressing conflict.”
— #STAYHUMAN: Ep37: Conflict Resolution with Bina Patel Ph.D

Southern New Hampshire University, Intro to International Business: Challenges of Americans Living in Foreign Countries as Ex-Pats

The #1 challenge are cultural barriers when living in a foreign country. And it’s not language, rather cultural norms.”
— Southern New Hampshire University, Intro to International Business: Challenges of Americans Living in Foreign Countries as Ex-Pats