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The Power of Language to Shape the Workplace

Conversational Intelligence + The Neuroscience of Conversations For the past 20 years, new discoveries at neuroscience research centers have been revealing new and healthy ways to handle negative emotions. Since conventional wisdom suggests that it’s better to not to discuss … 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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Accountability and Its Effect on Laziness

by Lee Ellis We just experienced Superbowl XLVII (that’s 47 for all of you that missed “old math” with Roman numerals). Thirty-two teams started the season (sixteen NFC and sixteen AFC with each conference having four divisions–North, South, East, and … Continue reading

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Secret Service, John Edwards, Teachers Cheating! What’s up Doc?

by Lee Ellis Have you noticed the disconnect? Everyone thinks they have high ethics and honorable behavior, yet the headlines seem to indicate that our society has big problems in living and leading with honor. Shocking Behavior in the Headlines … Continue reading

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