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[2004-04-27] To Meet or Not to Meet…What are the Questions?
Meetings can be a total waste of time or a powerful and productive communication tool that solve problems, stimulate ideas, promote team spirit and generate action. The results lie totally in how they are run. Organized and well-managed meetings will inevitably produce effective results. Whereas, meetings that are poorly managed lack purpose and focus are a total waste of an organization's time and money.

[2004-04-27] Want This Kind of PR?
PR that really does something positive about the behaviors of those outside audiences that most affect your business, non-profit or association?

[2004-04-27] Performance Reviews That Actually Improve Performance
Employee performance reviews are one of the most dreaded tasks by most managers. It is hard to win here - you can never say enough good things, and one word of criticism is generally the only thing they will remember.

[2004-04-27] Gracefully Accepting Feedback : a Key Employment Skill
With the long-term trend of protecting employees' individual self esteem added to an overriding concern over expensive employee lawsuits, accountability is more a buzzword than a way of life at most companies.

[2004-04-23] Increase Business by Squashing Your Fear of Phones
Phone skills are very important when you have your own home business. If you are like me, when I started out, then you may think you are going to work entirely online and not use the phone. However, there will come times in your business when you must talk on the phone. In fact, you will probably talk on the phone a lot when you have an "online" home business.

[2004-04-23] Five Steps to Increase People Power in Your Business
Take some bold steps and help your employees and business partners open up to real change and help them start thinking again to the longer term. Send a message that you are ready to commit to new ways of thinking and that that includes a commitment to the success of your employees in the changing workplace.

[2004-04-15] Going down? This is the 1 Crucial Key to Improving Your Networking Results
If you were in an elevator and had 15 seconds to sell your ideas, what would you say?

[2004-04-15] How To Take the Personal Out of the Workplace
Bringing your emotional baggage into the work place is inappropriate for all the reasons you may imagine. Yet employees, managers and business owners do it all the time.

[2004-04-12] Lessons in Leadership: What NOT to do...from a Canoe!
When it comes to fishing, my husband takes the lead. But his lack of leadership ability in a recent canoe trip on the Boundary Waters in Northern Minnesota offered wonderful lessons on how leaders can unknowingly screw up.

[2004-04-07] Unconditional Listening
I've always been called a good listener. People I barely know feel comfortable sharing intimate details with me, and I am always honored by that. Most recently though, I have wondered what it is about my listening style that engages people so quickly and effortlessly. I've never thought of myself as being particularly talented in this area, but have grown to accept that I possess some natural skills and some learned ones that facilitate my ability to communicate more effectively with others.

[2004-04-06] Success and Communication
Everything we do in life requires communication. Personal and business success often hinges on how well we understand others and how well they can understand us. If one of the objectives of communication is achieving a shared understanding, what can you do to become more effective when communicating?

[2004-04-05] 5 Ways To Write Better Proposals
1. Omit needless words. This can't be stressed enough. Excess words drag your proposals down. Don't try to use multisylabic monsters to impress people - it doesn't work.

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