Give Thanks and Remember Your Strengths

Find Out What You Bring to the Table

Last month, we discussed how to give feedback to others. Although it’s always helpful to seek new perspectives, it’s also important to incorporate the knowledge and feedback of another key person: yourself

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Developing Confident Presenters

"Good is the Enemy of Great" - Jim Collins

While practice may make permanent, practice and repetition doesn’t always bring about improvement. Whether we deliver presentations and messages frequently or only occasionally; we need to be confident that our messages

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Curb the Forgetting Curve – Extend the Learning Journey

Have you ever left a presentation, meeting, or webinar with your head full of new facts and information but in mere hours, find yourself struggling to recall what you have learned?

You’re not alone. The forgetting curve is real. Some

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Hacks for Hybrid Meetings

After mastering the work-from-home routine, things are shifting yet again. As pandemic restrictions are lifting, companies are no longer seeing themselves having a two-dimensional workforce environment. While this may be an exciting step towards normality, it can also cause some

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Up Your Virtual Game

Mute is no longer just a TV setting.

Zoom means more than hurry.

Are you seeing this? Is not about your eyesight.

Do these words and phrases sound familiar? We were forced into the virtual world and are now bonded

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