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.
When I’m standing at the copier and noticing that the black and white copies are beginning to fade into nothingness, my first question is always, “who’s responsible for the toner?” When I am communicating with others, guess what? I am
For speakers, managers, team leads – and all who have to communicate with others – improv, or improvisational, skills are essential. And we want to make a clear distinction that improv is not simply “winging” it or “talking off the
Think before you leap into a difficult conversation. With the holiday season approaching, we may have many festivities at the office or at home with family and friends. Sometimes these special events open the door for conflict and/or difficult conversations.
I planted an Autumn Brush Maple, a few years ago, outside of my office window at home. I noticed this year, with all the spring rain and cooler temps in Denver, that it has really grown. The neighbor even noticed
The world of compliments is multifaceted. There are at least two noticeable sides: giving or receiving. We may find it difficult to give compliments or we may have a difficult time receiving compliments. There is an art to doing either
Are you able to hold the space?
“That’s bad. That’s just bad.” I can still hear the director’s voice giving feedback on the scene we just rehearsed. And that’s the way it is for actors. Actors receive feedback. It’s all part of the process. Granted, this was