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  • Criticism & Projection

    Some people just love being critics don’t they? And whilst there is a great deal of criticism that is extremely valuable, and diplomatically worded, there’s an awful amount that is unnecessary and often nasty. Dr. Steven Berglas of Harvard’s psychiatry … Continued

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  • Failure Is Good

    I was reading an article on workintellignet.ly about leadership the other day, and it gave three pieces of advice on how companies can inspire leadership. The first little segment was entitled ‘Welcome Risk-Taking’. I couldn’t agree more. The risk-taking the … Continued

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  • Going Off Message

    I wanted to write a blog today addressing some issues with presentation skills, as that’s March’s theme at Working Voices, but I was struggling to find anything in the news not related to the ongoing situation in Ukraine and more … Continued

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  • Presentation Skills – Know What You’re Saying

    Yesterday on UK breakfast television, something went wrong, if only a little wrong. Whilst presenting the national weather, long time BBC weather report Carol Kirkwood seemingly pressed her plunger one time too many, resulting in the temperature chart reverting to … Continued

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  • Communication In A Digital World

    It’s probably no surprise to you to hear that digital communication is more important than ever before.  But it’s not just important to business. Barack Obama used social media to market his message extensively, carrying out what may well have … Continued

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