People are not paying attention to one another the way they used to. We’re simply not present in our interactions with others the way we used to be. You know what I’m talking about, right? Have you ever had the experience of being at a restaurant with someone who is
Hi, I’m Lindsay Lapaquette and I’m a serial interrupter. I’ll admit it. It’s really hard for me to wait my turn to talk. The reason why people can have a tendency to interrupt can be related to a variety of different causes. In my own case, it’s partially due to
According to the DISC® Model of Human Behaviour, the most frequent source of conflict between individuals accounts for 80% of conflict. Curious to know more? I certainly know that we can all use a little less conflict in our lives… The factor that underlies 80% of all conflict pertains to
Have you ever been part of a conversation at work where someone is sharing a personal opinion about someone else on your team and you’re left feeling uncomfortable? Here’s a prime example that I’ve been witness to. A client was considering assigning a project to a member of his team.
Do you find yourself unsuccessfully trying to get more done in a day? Does it feel like no matter what you try, you just can’t manage to get everything finished? I hear you… There seems to be more and more on our plates nowadays. The boundaries between work and home
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