Coaching Articles on Effective Communication
Communicate or Dictate?
When is it appropriate to ask versus tell as a manager? What would develop your staff more? How can you be the leader you were meant to be?
Relationship Issues: Partners Speaking the Same Language
By Stephen Gann
Ever have a major argument with a spouse, partner or friend over something that, from the outside, appeared trivial? Wrong language! Read on...
Making New Friends as You Age
By Mark Strong
While making friends later in life is certainly harder, it is by no means impossible. Here are some tips on how to make new pals as an adult.
To respond or to react, that's the question.
By Pam Thomas
Think about the last time you were involved in a discussion or argument where you reacted. How did you show up in that exchange? Prickly? Angry?
Ditch the Bottom-Line; Go for the Top-Line
By Teri-E Belf
What is the top-line we all desire? The answer is BEING. Our state of being drives our behavior, actions and choices. Coaching focuses on being.
Slow Down and Stop Talking So Much!
By Bevin Lynch
An invitation to tweet less and enjoy life more
The Magic of Words
By Charles Murrey
There are certain words that I call magical because they have the power to change how you feel and look at what's going on in your life.
The Powerful Question?
By Kelly VanReeth
Get more out of your conversations.
Communication, Communication, Communication - Creates Accountability
By Suzanne Ferguson
Improve your communication, increase accountability, and people around you will follow suit. Being an effective leader starts with you!
Effective Communication Requires Less Talking
By Guy Farmer
Leaders are often taught that effective communication means they should dominate conversations. This approach produces less than adequate results.