Tag Archives: communication

Juggling versus Playing Catch

G.E.’s Beth Comstock made a great post over on LinkedIn about communication and the intricacies of actually being involved in a conversation. Facilitating good communication has been a large part of my career ever since I started working. However, my … Continue reading

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Using “No,” “Not,” and other negatives better (Part 3 of Learning to Fish)

I’m going to give you two sentences to think about. “Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.” “Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions.” Those say the same thing, don’t they? Technically, they do. … Continue reading

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Walking a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes

I read a really good article today that took me to a slightly different place than the author probably intended for me to go to. Although, because of the overall message, I’m pretty sure that he wouldn’t mind. “When IT’s … Continue reading

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