It tends to be a very common human reaction to blame other people for interactions that are frustrating and conflictual. I’ll bet that if you’re really honest with yourself, you’d say that you’ve caught yourself pointing the finger at someone else – probably more than once. I consider myself to
Have you ever noticed that sometimes people never contribute to a discussion at work? Or perhaps they contribute very little, particularly in a group setting. If this is a typical pattern that you’ve noted within your organization, your team may be having a communication problem. Some people are less comfortable
Have you ever been in a meeting with someone who just keeps pushing their agenda and not listening to the others in the room? Whether you decided it consciously or not, have you ever found yourself stopping to argue your point, even though you completely disagree? I don’t know about
Have you ever noticed how your team seems to run like the Energizer bunny all day long? They come into the office already frazzled from the stress of getting the kids out the door in the morning. They skip lunch to catch up on work that has piled up. They
The Future of Healthcare – “Develop a more harmonious workplace through mindful communication” -Part 4:
Five Things I Wish I Had Known About Communication and State of Mind Here is the final part of my interview by Christina D. Warner, as part of her interview series with leaders in healthcare. The article was originally published in Thrive Global on May 30, 2019. In my opinion,
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