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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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“The King’s Speech” -- Public Speaking Can Be Learned

Movies are a passion of mine, but rarely do I encourage others to attend those that I see.

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Build & Improve Your Personal Credibility: Your #1 Invaluable Corporate Asset

PC no longer is the acronym of choice for Politically Correct, Personal Computers or Computing.

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6 Strategies to Ensure Your E-mails Are Effective

E-mails are a way of life – much to the chagrin of the U.S. Postal Service.

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Effective Networking Tips

Here are five pointers to help you develop the art of face-to-face networking...

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Relentless Exploration: How a Speaker's Message Can Resonate

During a long flight, I was catching up on my reading, and came across an interesting article in Newsweek (March 29, 2010) by Jon Meacham.

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A Look At Leadership: Interpersonal Communication Still Key

If you Google the phrase “leadership, definition”, you will see more than 81,500 entries.

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Being Easy to Work With: a Concept That Isn’t Hard to Execute

I’ve been looking for ways over the past 6 months to economize – both in my business and personally. It’s amazing what a recession does to jump cost-cutting efforts into high gear!

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Listening is More Than Hearing

So many people like to talk.   

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