Posts Tagged: communication skills

  • Executive coaching: How to get it right

    Executive coaching: How to get it right

    Nearly two out of three CEOs do not receive outside leadership advice, though nearly all of them want it.  That’s the headline of a study onducted by the Center for Leadership Development and Research at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.  The study also found that: Nearly half of all senior executives are receiving external

  • Repairing a relationship in the workplace

    Repairing a relationship in the workplace

    Suppose that you have argued with a colleague and now you avoid talking to them because the relationship feels strained. You may wonder how to repair and restore that relationship—how to start over, make up, rebuild trust and work through issues. Most of us experience moments of conflict like this daily, as we fall prey

  • The chemistry behind your conversational intelligence

    The chemistry behind your conversational intelligence

    Understanding the chemical reactions to your conversations leads to conversational intelligence and more effective communications. For many decades, I’ve been intrigued by the chemical impacts — both positive and negative — that conversations have on us.  I married a biochemist and for decades we’ve shared lots of conversations about our work. When we first wrote

  • The art and heart of storytelling [video podcast]

    The art and heart of storytelling [video podcast] Podcast

      For many executives, storytelling is an effective communication tool for bringing a presentation to life. But people aren’t necessarily born with great skills in storytelling or speaking. It’s “craft that must be learned,” explains Mikki Williams, an award-winning Certified Speaking Professional and Vistage chair who runs “Speaker Schools,” training programs for executives looking to

  • We’re Getting Engaged! How to Communicate With Direct Reports

    We’re Getting Engaged! How to Communicate With Direct Reports

    Business owners sometimes struggle to communicate effectively with their direct reports. If you are fully engaged when communicating with direct reports, the information you receive will be better and clearer. Being fully engaged means giving the direct report space and time to communicate with you. Do NOT rush them. It is very important when having

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