Everyone on the shortlist wants to win, but not everyone will. Taking the long view, responding well to a loss can be just as valuable as winning.
Leaders want their team members to communicate better. But all too often, their own communication patterns are creating part of the problems they see.
Projecting confidence in a presentation can be really important, especially when you’re not feeling confident. Playfulness is a great tool to achieve this.
Making your point is always important, but ensuring your audience receives your point is doubly so. Metaphor is a great way to make sure that happens.
Leaders want their team to communicate better. Very often, one of the most important things they can do is become better communicators themselves.
Have you ever noticed that some people can find the words to answer any question or explain anything? Here’s how to become one of those people.
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