How do you adjust your body language for seated presentations? What should you do with your hands -- and what shouldn't you do? This infographic provides quick tips for your next seated presentation.
My great-grandmother was a runner. Before her 10th birthday my great-grandmother was a child-spy, tasked with running between villages to warn that “The Cossacks are coming.”
Listening … it is the most used communication skill but is the least taught. We often assume that we are good at listening. But, are we?
The Republican convention is now a memory and the Democratic convention is upon us.
The Republican National Convention offered a chance to examine our ability to influence others in the workplace.
Whether our office (and title) resides on the C level or not, influencing is an integral part of our daily lives and perhaps more importantly, our careers.
In 1995, Bill Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder & former CEO, was delivering a pre-launch presentation of Windows 98 live on national TV. As a colleague plugged in a scanner, the computer suddenly crashed and showed the dire “Blue Screen” message...
At a conference last month, I sat next to a professionally dressed and extremely articulate young man who’d recently been hired as COO of a medical services company.
A colleague’s daughter contacted me recently after being passed over twice for a choice promotion. She told me she really wanted to advance in the company, but didn’t seem to have what they were looking for.
A recent participant in a BRODY training program contacted me last week via e-mail.