If I were to ask you, “What part of the body do you use for listening?” most English speakers would emphatically shout ‘EARS’. Of course, that’s what gets drummed into us in our infancy. However, the Chinese symbol for listening embodies a far more complex and...
In Part 1 of this two-part blog, we covered these principles: let yourself fail say “yes and” Part 2 looks at how Improv can reframe the way you interact with others. Make your partner look and feel like a genius People often say to me ‘It must be...
Caroline was part of a very lively panel debate called “CMOs and CIOs – heading for a date or divorce” hosted by IBM in their very impressive conference centre on the South Bank. I was impressed by her engaging speaking style and her command of the debate, in...
Part 2: Good communication skills are vital for leadership Do you feel public speaking has helped your career, or is it part and parcel of it? I really see it as integral to career success. I bundle it in with all communications skills as a vital along with great...
“Du skal ikke tro, at du er noget” (Don’t think YOU are anything special) The first of the 10 rules in Jantelov/ Jante’s Law I was running a “Confidence in Networking” session last week. One of the delegates, who was originally from Scandinavia, explained...
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