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Planning a Meeting: Do's and Don'ts

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Be Prepared When Presenting Messages to Executive-Level Audiences

Is presenting information to executives all that different than general presentations? In a word, Yes!

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Closing the Meeting

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Effective Meetings: 5 Ways to Reach Agreement

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Business Communication vs. Electronic Device

Recently, I took my 8- and 5-year-old grandsons to see a live performance of Robin Hood. I enjoy these “dates” – they are alone time for “Nana” and the boys. To my chagrin, however, both boys were sitting in the back seat of my car playing games...

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Communication Conundrum: Why I’m Not LOL

Recently, one of my clients told me her daughter wrote a paper for school, and that she used text language throughout the document. Needless to say, my client was appalled.

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Navigate Effective Meetings

During the Navigate phase of an effective meeting: clarify, eliminate duplicates, and prioritize ideas.

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Forget Politics: What We Can Learn from Bill Clinton's DNC 2008 Speech

All politics aside, former President Bill Clinton’s nomination speech at DNC 2008 was a textbook example of what a speech should be. He informed, entertained and motivated his audience. He used many rhetorical devices, real and rhetorical questions,...

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