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Leaders: It's Time to Fix the Way You Listen
How To

Leaders: It's Time to Fix the Way You Listen

Understanding how we listen helps us forge stronger connections and solutions.
Judith E. Glaser
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Steer Clear of These Tricks Journalists Use to Loosen Your Lips
Interviews

Steer Clear of These Tricks Journalists Use to Loosen Your Lips

Be savvy in your interactions with reporters. Your reputation is at state.
Joan Stewart
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Flying Solo? App Lets You Chat With Perfect Strangers on Flights
Business Travel

Flying Solo? App Lets You Chat With Perfect Strangers on Flights

Travel app Quicket is hoping its new social check-in feature will help passengers spark a bit more in-depth conversation than a simple 'hello' and 'what are you reading?'
Nina Zipkin
You'll Never Hear Successful People Say These 15 Phrases
Success Strategies

You'll Never Hear Successful People Say These 15 Phrases

To get to where you want to be, the best and easiest thing to do is to simply follow the examples that others set for you.
Sujan Patel
7 Tips to Get Your Team to Actually Listen to You
Business Circle

7 Tips to Get Your Team to Actually Listen to You

Whether you are giving a speech, a presentation, or simply running your business, there is no replacement for delivering your message in person and speaking from the heart.
Team Not Talking? Here Are 4 Ways to Boost Communication.
The Grind

Team Not Talking? Here Are 4 Ways to Boost Communication.

If you aren't communicating with your team, your company will suffer. Here is how to get everyone chatting -- and on the same page.
AJ Agrawal
The Seesaw of Social and Analytical Skills -- 5 Ways to Build Both
Managing Employees

The Seesaw of Social and Analytical Skills -- 5 Ways to Build Both

Having strong social and analytical skills is crucial for both leaders and their employees. They promote problem-solving ability and the ability to work together as a group.
Andre Lavoie
To Improve at Speaking, Try Annotating Your Words With These 5 Symbols
Public Speaking

To Improve at Speaking, Try Annotating Your Words With These 5 Symbols

Preparing in advance can help you practice where to put the stress in your voice or add dramatic pauses.
Arthur Joseph
Want to Get the Most Out of Conferences? Follow These 7 Tips.
Conferences

Want to Get the Most Out of Conferences? Follow These 7 Tips.

Conferences are immensely valuable but to get the most out of your time, you have to be ready to soak it all in.
Anthony Iannarino
Are You Getting Your Money's Worth From Disagreements?
Conflict

Are You Getting Your Money's Worth From Disagreements?

Consider how to truly listen to another colleague. You'll arrive at better discussions, decisions and results.
Zeke Adkins
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Apologizing Is Not Great Customer Service, Only Fixing the Problem Is
Customer Service

Apologizing Is Not Great Customer Service, Only Fixing the Problem Is

Research shows people grow impatient repeatedly hearing "I'm sorry'' while waiting for a solution. Actions really do speak louder than words.
Jason Maynard
The Truth About Networking Events
Networking

The Truth About Networking Events

Networking events can be either amazing opportunities or a complete waste of your time. For those thinking of attending networking events, here is some advice on getting started, along with other ways you can meet great people.
Mike Fishbein
How to Sound Human: Data-Backed Keys to Making Your Voice Stand Out Online
Communication strategies

How to Sound Human: Data-Backed Keys to Making Your Voice Stand Out Online

As entrepreneurs and marketers, it's our job to stand out in that absurdly large crowd of content. One way to do this is to have a distinctly human voice.
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How to Pitch Your Brilliant Idea Without Making the People You Need Feel Stupid
Communication strategies

How to Pitch Your Brilliant Idea Without Making the People You Need Feel Stupid

When you need your boss or an investor to back your cutting-edge innovation, explain how it is useful in language they will understand.
John Boitnott