Tag Archives: Interpersonal Effectiveness

People are not mind readers: the most important conversation that people never have

We’re all different, and that’s a good thing. The problem is that most of us negate this diversity when working with each other. We focus on what makes us similar so that we can build rapport but, conveniently, work around … Continue reading

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BUSY stands for Because U Say Yes

I’ve decided to have a go at the old chestnut tree of time management. I conduct a lot of time management training programs and have found that most people blame others for being too busy my boss gives me too … Continue reading

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Please stop treating me as you would like to be treated!

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” We’ve all heard this as children but also as a guideline for building relationships in world of work. Sounds like good advice, right? Wrong. The golden rule is probably … Continue reading

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There is no I in Team, really?

I was, once again, reading an article titled: “There is no I in team”, and feeling slightly irritated. How can individual needs and style not be taken seriously to establish high performance teams? Despite what some – a lot – … Continue reading

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