Timeouts aren't just for toddlers.
Do you always encourage your kids to say whatever they want or do you censor them?
I learned a great deal from living in Canada and the US and my 16 years visiting and working in many countries during my
Listening makes the other person feel important and respected.
Dave Kerpen, Founder & CEO of Likeable Local, a social media agency and NY Times best-selling author recently published; "The Art of People: 11 Simple People Skills That Will Get You Everything You Want."
One bad apple can disrupt a work environment and wreak havoc on communication, trust, and collegial relationships -- not to mention productivity. Protecting your team with a "No Jerks" hiring policy is smart and goes a long way to cultivating and preserving a harmonious and high functioning workplace.
Eye contact can connect two people without using words. But, it can also be misinterpreted. The level of eye contact that
As a cross-cultural strategist, I predominantly work with multinational corporations, providing their global teams with tools and training to help them optimize the collaboration they must have across cultures. While some of what I do lies in cross-cultural awareness, a large part of my job is dedicated to helping develop employee and leadership courage.
Whether it is social anxiety, or not knowing how to correctly read other people, there are ways that we can learn and push ourselves that can greatly benefit our interactions with other people. If we can improve these interactions, we can further our social life, our work life, and our relationships.
• Listen to understand, not to formulate an answer. • Stop interrupting. (I am disgracefully guilty of this) • To be 'more