Posts Tagged: communication
November 16, 2011
When we take time to find the pain points of discussions and consider options to work towards an agreeable solution, we have an immediate progression in our relationships. Don’t we owe it to each other to listen and be heard with clarity?
August 26, 2011
Having a discussion means people are speaking to each other, not at each other. Feedback is a discussion.
August 15, 2011
Think about it. You can spend all day working with people you have never met in person, and maybe never will. Change that. The future is now.
August 3, 2011
If you want to enhance your executive presence, improve on your communications!
July 29, 2011
The need for women leaders in HR to communicate change is only going to increase in the future. What works well for you?
February 9, 2011
Communication is a key factor in getting to the next level in your career. You probably are not communicating as well as you think.
December 17, 2010
As a leader, you will go far if you build bridges, stay above the fray, fall in love with your vision, and stay true to you.
December 15, 2010
We want to be in control of the minutes and hours that make up our lives — do we not? I am done being busy.
November 29, 2010
As HR pros, as women, and as leaders, we feel too much (or speak as though we do) and it gets in the way of our effectiveness.
October 1, 2010
Instead of making a simple direct statement of our ideas, feelings, or opinions, we often apologize, ask permission, or smooth the waters in advance. Stop that now.