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Category Archives: Active Listening
One night on holidays we had a music ‘session’ which lasted for about 2 hours. The youngest person in the group was 10. At 57, I was the oldest. Bridging that timespan in musical tastes can be a bit tricky. … Continue reading
A couple of years back I was working in an insurance company, interviewing the senior team in preparation for an off-site meeting … Continue reading
Last week I bumped into someone I hadn’t seen for ages. To protect his good name and professional reputation, let’s call him Conor. We were swopping general notes about life when he suddenly announced: “I have a great story for … Continue reading
One of the key success factors in the consulting game is time management. Being able to run a ‘mobile office’ – capturing ideas on planes and trains – using speed as a competitive weapon. Clients want correct answers – and … Continue reading
Over the years I have been involved in teaching communications skills to hundreds of executives. The most common issue is where senior managers are uncomfortable or unconvincing when speaking in public. For a small number of executives, this is phobia … Continue reading