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What Your Brain Does When Someone Talks Too Much

.. think of this next time you have a big sales pitch or you’re trying to influence someone to your point of view. by Judith E. Glaser Conversational Blind Spots at Work Twenty-eight years ago I began my first experiment … Continue reading

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Is Your Communication Style Draining Your Team’s Energy?

By Judith E. Glaser We are all familiar with the “chemistry” factor in relationships and the chemical attraction metaphor; now we are learning that such insights are more than metaphor— they are reality! Positive comments and conversations provide a temporary … Continue reading

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Are You Green-lighting or Stopping an Important Work Relationship?

by Judith E. Glaser The consequences of your interactions are filed daily in your memory bank, either as “feel good” or “feel bad” experiences. Memories with strong emotions linger, since the brain more easily files and calls up memories attached … Continue reading

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Harness the Wisdom of Your Five Brains

By Judith E. Glaser Have you ever found yourself in a situation like this: You are trying to navigate through a business meeting. You want to be helpful. It’s confusing to keep track of what’s going on. When you hear an … Continue reading

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Emotions – Navigating Pleasure or Pain in the Workplace

by Judith E. Glaser Truth Be Told—About Our Brains and Relationships The Creating WE Institute has discovered that we have two types of reactions in conversations—one causes us pleasure – and opens our brain, and one causes us pain and … Continue reading

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Change is about head, heart and soul. Manage all or fail.

by Judith E. Glaser and Joe Bonito It’s only human. Change brings about fear because our brains are hardwired to think we’ll lose: lose our position, our social status, our hard work. But, leaders who know this very common emotion … Continue reading

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How Leaders Become Change Warriors and not Change Worriers

By Judith Glaser and Joe Bonito If you are entrusted with making change happen, think about what it takes to get to the actual essence of facilitating change. When successful change occurs, those involved feel like authors of change not … Continue reading

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9 Powerful Courageous Leadership Questions You Want to Ask

by Sandra Ford Walston “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” This time-worn saying is false. For example, “a stone is thrown” when someone says, “I don’t care how you do it, just get … Continue reading

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Communication Beyond Texting and Email Creates Trust

“No more evasive answers. No more coy innuendos…” (Spoof on an Apple gadget and the perfect relationship) by Lois Zachary I spend a lot of time talking and writing about the need for good conversation. I see it as the … Continue reading

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