Posts Tagged 'Communication'

How To Keep Others From Believing In You

How To Keep Others From Believing In You

Guest post from Madeleine Eno, In the Write Place
 
“Apologizing for unintentional, low-profile, non-egregious errors erodes our self-confidence and, in turn, the confidence others have in us.”
– Lois Frankel, PhD
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On a camping trip to the hot springs a couple weekends ago, I thought I’d give myself a little challenge.
 
A challenge NOT to say “I’m […]

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3 Reasons You’re Not Leaving Work on Time

Do you have difficulty erecting boundaries between ‘work time’ and ‘personal time’?
 
I’ve read there is no boundary anymore, because we’re “always on.” I see the point, and I disagree. Additionally, evidence points to the contrary.
 
In the early 20th Century, Ford Motor Company studied the most productive number of hours for workers. Their research revealed the […]

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Communication: How to be a Good Listener

Imagine you were having a conversation with your boss, asking for a raise, or negotiating a new assignment.
 
Say she was checking her email, flipping through a notebook, or texting away on her mobile. Or what if she kept interrupting you before you could make your point?
 
Would you feel heard? How well could you present your […]

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