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Archive for September 2014

Is the Message You Are Sending the Message Received?

Three Case Studies of Communication Mishaps By Deborah Rinner Godwin Communications wrought with misunderstanding are nothing new. In fact they happen daily, often very unintentionally. Words spoken can have differing meanings to differing ears and minds. Words once used to applaud someone can be spun into indicators […]

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The End of Classroom Training?

By Rowena Crosbie Do you miss your school days? For most of us, the answer remains the same year after year, “I miss the people.” A favorite teacher. A trusted friend. An inspiring coach. The odd kid on the school playground. A first crush. As we grow […]

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20 Tips for Engaging Your Audience

By Rowena Crosbie ( Without the interest and attention of your audience, you cannot accomplish your objective. Your challenge is not only to make the audience want to listen but to help them understand, remember, and act on the information or ideas you share. Nothing is more […]

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The Key to Productivity and Innovation

By Justin Tyme What’s the difference between enthusiasm and gasoline? Maybe, there’s not much difference between the two. They both provide the power to drive us forward. The internal combustion engine of our automobile runs on gasoline. Gasoline vapor enters the cylinder and the spark plug ignites […]

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