Posts Tagged: Communication

  • Six bits of career wisdom I wish I could tell my 23-year-old self

    Six bits of career wisdom I wish I could tell my 23-year-old self

    Millions of new graduates are entering the workforce, eager to make their marks on the business world. They’re entering a promising labor market with jobless claims levels at their lowest since 1973. They’re armed with passion, polished resumes and the best educations academia can provide, yet few know what they really are getting into. Some

  • How to be an authentic and conscious leader

    How to be an authentic and conscious leader

    How easy or difficult is it to be yourself — your real self? Some leaders believe leadership is “showtime,” where you put on a mask to fit a particular situation. It’s not. Others sense whether or not you are authentic, and then decide whether or not they trust you. In his book “Authentic Leadership: Rediscovering

  • Creating a proactive customer experience  [video]

    Creating a proactive customer experience [video] video

      “One needs to aggressively solicit complaints to find out what problems to solve.” — John Goodman Look for problems before the customer finds them When it comes to the customer experience, it benefits CEOs to think proactively and uncover, announce, and solve problems before customers become agitated. And the reason is simple enough, says

  • A cure for conversational blind spots

    A cure for conversational blind spots

    Three decades ago, I began my first experiment in Conversational Intelligence®. The corporation Union Carbide hired me to work with 17 high-powered sales executives in danger of losing a bid for a key contract. My job was to figure out how they could raise their game and beat the other seven competitors. For two weeks, I

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