There’s nothing more off-putting when you’re presenting than the feeling of heat spreading across your neck and cheeks and then the ensuing paranoia. We’ve brought together our favourite concepts around blushing, plus tips on how to manage it, seeing as it’s such a...
‘We can’t decide what to do about our backgrounds.’ This question arose recently during an online communication workshop I was running for the senior team at a law firm. I cast my eye across the framed faces on my screen. Most people were evidently sitting in a...
We often look at how our leaders communicate to see what we can learn. Sometimes we share examples of outstanding communication as well as times they get it wrong. At the moment, what our leaders are doing and saying is affecting our lives in an extraordinary way....
One of the side effects of having so many online meetings is that we cannot avoid seeing ourselves on screen. Some people find it distracting and others even say it makes them feel anxious. This short blog is written to assure you that you are not alone. Many actors...
According to the standard model, when first meeting someone, we make a snap decision about them based on their appearance, the sound of their voice and what they say… in that order of importance. Here, Martyn assesses the usefulness of that model, takes a look...
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