How can I lead and inspire with Generate G Factor? First, you don’t have to have a leadership title to lead. You don’t have to be the boss, owner, supervisor, team lead, etc. Ponder this for a moment. We all lead unintentionally all the time. Yes, that means people are watching and listening to you.
Don't be a jerk at work - bask in the side effects of kindness. Think about the last time someone extended a little generosity your way. They did something for you out of kindness and concern. Maybe they held a door open for you. Or they took time to listen to your frustration even though
Why use $50 words when $5 words will do? For example, let’s say I have this to communicate: My colleague made himself the cynosure of the meeting when he pontificated about how parsimonious his department was with their budget. Frankly, listening to him was like listening to a cacophony of screaming children. What? For real?
Are you ghosting a coworker? Let’s talk about this thing called “ghosting”. (Thank you to my niece Jessi by the way for the idea this week.) Have you heard of it? If you haven’t heard of ghosting, let me explain. Ghosting is when two people are dating and suddenly one of them ends all communication
My tip this week my tip is SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. What’s that you say? Copyright Jesus' Gorritti. Used with permission. Perhaps the question above conjures a video in your head of being at a high school game of some kind of sport and hearing cheerleaders call out “Let me hear your [insert
The tip this week is DON’T ASSUME when you are communicating. Click here (Connecting with Communication: Don't Assume) to watch the video and then keep reading for more communicating practice. Now, we have probably all heard the adage “When you assume, it makes an A@@ out of U and ME.” Let’s not take it that far.
Happy New Year! Welcome to the revitalization of Connecting with Communication where you receive communication tips in 90 seconds or less! To kick of 2017, my tip is BE MINDFUL with your communication. Click here (Connecting with Communication: Be Mindful) to watch the video and then keep reading for a little more. What does “Be
Conflict and Perfection: what's it all about? It's certainly not about the hokey pokey! Welcome back to our final week on conflict using this book …. We end the series with the person whose intent is to get it right because they need perfection. For these people it is easy to be thrown off when
Conflict and appreciation: an interesting pair! There are people, who when feeling threatened, are going to try to get you to show your appreciation for them, because they have a need for attention. Lots and lots of attention sometimes! Brinkman and Kirschner describe this behavior as requiring "a higher level of assertiveness and a people focus, in