Category Archives: Communications

Conversational Intelligence Closes the Gap Between Intent and Impact

A large part of our success in relationships in life and work depends on the impact we have on those around us. …

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Why Most Communication Falls Flat

Communication is the most important dependency for any successful change. How can we inspire or influence others if our messages don’t stick? We …

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Does Popularity in Youth Help You at Work?

Were you popular as a kid? I wasn’t – not exactly. I wasn’t in the cool crowd, but I was friends with …

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13 Questions to Help You Prep for Difficult Conversations

I don’t know many people who relish delivering bad news or confronting someone. It’s certainly not my favorite thing to do! However, …

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Self-Reflection Time: Are You a Micromanager?

Micromanaging is defined as insisting on having a say in an employee’s work at every opportunity, and every manager does it to …

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Are You More Persuasive Than a 5th Grader?

I recently attended a TEDx conference, delivered by a class of 5th graders. Each student presented an impassioned speech on topics such …

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