Our second blog on listening skills shared the four words that will increase your ability to really hear what others are saying.
Your third Speak For Yourself® “How To Be a Better Listener” tip requires only three words.
Tell me more.
You’ve opened your mind to listen nonjudgmentally, and Read more [...]
In our first blog on listening skills, Melissa Daimler, head of the Global Learning & Organizational Development team @Twitter, discusses three levels of listening and three listening tips recently reported in Harvard’s Business Review.
In just four words, here is your next Speak For Yourself® Read more [...]
“We want to know more about your business and we’d like to see if you’d be a good fit to work with our Dallas branch,” said the HR Director of an international company headquartered in Philly.
Our phone conversation continued with me saying, “Wonderful – let’s talk about your needs. Read more [...]
Use more Velcro.
NOT to join the two straps on your athletic sandals. Use more Velcro every time you open your mouth.
Velcro is defined as a way to attach two thin plastic sheets – one covered with tiny loops and the other with tiny flexible hooks, which adhere when pressed together.
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Presentation Myth #1: Extroverts are better speakers.
Baloney. Sadly, extroverts are given extra points as being better and more natural leaders, salespeople and speakers. That’s just not true. It’s easier for extroverts to talk! That’s it. What comes out of an extrovert’s mouth is another Read more [...]