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28 October 2015

007 Tips for Killer Meetings

28 October 2015, Comments: 0

I used to schedule dental appointments rather than attend a weekly team meeting. That’s how bad these meetings were – they were long, rambling, […]

8 April 2015

The Real Cost of Conflict

8 April 2015, Comments: 0

  U.S. employees spent 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict, according to a 2008 study by CPP Inc. This amounts to approximately $359 […]

11 March 2015

Is Your Communication Style Causing More Problems Than You Are Solving?

11 March 2015, Comments: 0

  “Many of the problems that occur in an organization are the direct result of people failing to communicate or communicating ineffectively” according to […]

4 March 2015

The Lost Art of Listening

4 March 2015, Comments: 0

  Do you really listen when someone is speaking? Or are you formulating your arguments for your own case? According to “Has Listening Become […]

10 December 2014

What I Learned About Communication from a Photography Course

10 December 2014, Comments: 0

  I was intimidated attending a photography course by award winning photographer, Dave Brosha. Many of the participants were full-time photographers, I had only […]

3 December 2014

Poor Communication Skills Holding You Back in Your Career?

3 December 2014, Comments: 0

  According to Forbes Magazine, it is impossible to become a great leader without being a great communicator. I coached Brian, a technical leader […]

19 November 2014

Does your leadership cause Analysis Paralysis?

19 November 2014, Comments: 0

  Do your teams not produce the results you expect? Do they lack urgency? Are they stuck in analysis paralysis? It could be your […]

5 August 2014

4 Major Causes of Burnout

5 August 2014, Comments: 0

  Picture this: your employees are emotionally, mentally & physically exhausted. They are disengaged and feel helpless and hopeless. Your employees are burned out. […]

6 May 2014

Conflict is NOT the end

6 May 2014, Comments: 0

In the TED talk, “Dare to Disagree,” Margaret Heffernan gives examples of where conflict, when managed corrected causes superior results. This is not the […]