Judith E. Glaser

  • Chemistry Lessons for Leaders: Gain Conversational Intelligence

    Chemistry Lessons for Leaders: Gain Conversational Intelligence

    We are all familiar with the “chemistry” factor in relationships and the chemical attraction metaphor; now we are learning that such insights are more than metaphor—they are reality! I’ve long been intrigued by the chemical impacts—both positive and negative—of conversations.  I married a biochemist and for decades we’ve shared conversations about our work. When we

  • Conversational Intelligence at Work

    What if you could create an organization where change and transformation were exhilarating and natural? Where people were devoted, engaged, and accountable to act as leaders rather than blind followers? Where people worked with each other to differentiate their brand and capture the hearts, minds, and souls of customers? At the Creating We Institute, we

  • Say That Again? Good Listening Equals Good Communication

    Say That Again? Good Listening Equals Good Communication

    For a manager, listening is perhaps the most important component of communication. It’s essential to move ideas from one person to another. Done well, it will enable you to collect information for timely and effective decision-making. The listening adult’s mind is never blank or completely impartial. Our listening is influenced by events, relationships and experiences—all

  • SAY THAT AGAIN: Secrets of Great Leaders!

    SAY THAT AGAIN: Secrets of Great Leaders!

    For a leader, listening is perhaps the most important component of communication. It’s essential to move ideas from one person to another. Done well, it will enable you to collect information for timely and effective decision-making. The listening adult’s mind is never blank or completely impartial. Our listening is influenced by events, relationships and experiences—all

Predefined Skins

Primary Color

Background Color

Example Patterns

demo demo demo demo demo demo demo demo demo demo