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5 Communication Tips to Resolve Workplace Conflict

Going from Distrust to Trust Using Conversational Intelligence By Judith E. Glaser Have you ever trusted someone only to find they stabbed you in the back?  Or, have you found someone doesn’t trust you even though you have their best … Continue reading

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True Grit. The #1 Predictor of Success Video

Success can seem ephemeral. How do we acquire it?  Does it happen because we’re lucky? Or, because we’ve worked really hard? Or, is it because we’re so smart? Psychology professor Angela Lee Duckworth, who studies the predictors of success, says … Continue reading

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Three Ways Managers Can Encourage Team Building

by Judith Glaser You walk into a meeting late and people are already in huddles. Colleagues glance over ever so briefly then turn back to their conversations. You sit down in a corner and use your smart phone to check … Continue reading

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Six gorilla-sized illusions that blind side good decision-making

by Holly Green Here’s a short video clip, under two minutes. It is a fun test of what you see and don’t see when you’re focused.   What was your answer? Also, did you see a gorilla the first time … Continue reading

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