“Seriously?” “How do you even see it that way?” “Were we in the same meeting?” Do you hear these questions in your head and, maybe not as subtly as you think, shake your head in disbelief? The contradiction: we invite
Don’t discard your superpower! Our strength most often has a shadow side. Perhaps we are a skilled leader, and yet, when operating from our shadow, we may be labeled bossy. Too often I’ve seen talented employees try to change
I can’t believe it happened again. Someone labeled someone else by using a “You” statement. “You are angry.” It is so easy to make the “You are” comments without realizing the barrier we are creating in our conversations. It can
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Denver, CO August 27, 2019 ARTiculate: Real&Clear Certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council We are thrilled to announce our official certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by WBEC – West, a WBENC Regional Partner Organization.
You wouldn’t tell your child, parent, or best friend, “Hey, a phone call is just as good right?” Yes, we video chat with our children or loved ones when on the road, and we’re acutely aware that it’s not the
Read Virtual Communication Part 1: Wins vs. Losses Here The low growl. The vocal fry. The deeper, “Hey, I’m calm, professional, and not overly perky” voice of the virtual communication world is often less than helpful. The non-energetic monotone or
It’s super easy to notice what doesn’t work. In other mediums, like a concert or play, we notice when the lighting is bad and may even share a complaint under our breath to our fellow concert goer or on social
“I’m leaving” and then the confessions flow. Several times I’ve transitioned from one company to another company, and I’ve learned more about true feelings in these moments than I had during my entire tenure. People, all of the sudden, became
We need to get more people talking. Think about all the times you have been in a meeting and you ask a question, only to have absolutely no one respond. They are sitting there looking at you with blank stares.
Most of us get that soft skills, including communication, listening and empathy, are key to our success in life and work. So why do we still need so many studies proving their importance? Because – perhaps – the unpredictability, the