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Five Steps to Create Cultures of Trust

by Judith E. Glaser We are designed for connection with others, and when trust is broken we recoil and close down. Conversational Intelligence is teaching us that because we are designed to be social, our brains are sensitive to the signals of … Continue reading

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A Workplace Relationship Repair Kit To Transform Conflict

By Judith E. Glaser Suppose you argued with a colleague and now you’re avoiding him. Your relationship is damaged, and you wonder how to repair and restore it—how to start over, make up, rebuild trust, and work through issues rather … Continue reading

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Three Rules of Engagement for Effective Communication

by Judith E. Glaser We all recognize the need for courage to start a business, play competitive sports, incur risks in investments, lead a diverse team in competitive markets, or take on an outback adventure. But do we really need courage to … Continue reading

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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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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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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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KISS, 4 Mantras to Develop Highly Successful Leaders

Transformational Executive Development:  the “KISS” Principle in Action by Peter Thies The higher up the corporate ladder a leader rises, the more s/he needs to fine tune his or her leadership ability. But, who has time? How do you help … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Effectively Manage Conflict When You Know You’re Right

by Judith E. Glaser I’m sure this has happened to you: You’re in a tense team meeting trying to defend your position on a big project and start to feel yourself losing ground. Your voice gets louder. You talk over … Continue reading

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