Hallie Crawford
Hallie Crawford
Hallie is a certified career coach, speaker, and author from Atlanta. Her company, www.HallieCrawford.com, is a boutique career coaching firm known for their personal attention, commitment to clients and a blend of dreaming and being practical in achieving career goals.

Collectively in the past 18 years, her team of coaches has helped thousands of clients all over the world find and succeed in their dream job with a 98% satisfaction rate. https://www.halliecrawford.com/testimonials/

Hallie is passionate about helping others because she took the same journey to find her own satisfying career and purpose in life. She knows firsthand the challenges that arise during career transition and has practical solutions to make the process successful. https://www.halliecrawford.com/career-coaching/coaching-packages/

Hallie has served on the Board of the Georgia Coach Association and is regularly featured as a career expert on CNN, Fox Business News Forbes.com, The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo HotJobs and Entrepreneur Magazine.


Wed 15 April 2020
During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Hallie Crawford to discuss how professionals can handle conflict at work, as well as discuss Ashley's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Did you or have you ever struggled with communicating about conflict?
Have you ever worked with someone that you didn’t see eye to eye with?
Is it possible to continue working with those people?
Who do you talk to about the conflict to sort your thoughts out?
What are some of the most common conflicts in the workplace?
What is a leadership conflict? E.g. when there are multiple bosses who hold the same rank diving differing instructions. How do you handle that?
How do you handle a situation in which you are relying on somebody else’s work to get your tasks complete? Can you set expectations early? If so, how do you properly do that? What if you drop the ball on the expectations you set for the other person?
If somebody has a different work style as you, how do you handle ensuring there is productivity, even if you both go about accomplishing the same task in different ways? 
How would you suggest people handle cultural-based differences in the workplace? E.g. people with different backgrounds, cultures, or social norms as you, how do you handle that? Especially for international business.
How do you handle personality clashes? How would you suggest people handle that?