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Two Signals that Create the Highest Trust

by Judith E. Glaser Most people choose their friends and colleagues based on three principles that even they may not be aware of. That’s according to social science research conducted by Brian Uzzi, professor of leadership and organizational change at … Continue reading

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Increase Effective Communication Skills the Old-Fashioned Way

Texting and emailing save us a lot of time but they also have replaced conversation and the ability to build strong relationships. We connect yet remain unconnected. We edit ourselves and have one way communication that is efficient, except when we want to innovate or influence … 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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Bad Decision-Making Caused by the Familiar

by Holly Green Not long ago, Car and Driver Magazine conducted a test to compare normal driver braking times against “impaired” braking conditions, such as drinking, texting, or checking email while driving. The test involved a driver going 70 miles … Continue reading

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