Category Archives for Communication

Monroe’s Motivated Sequence

Have you ever noticed that some people seem naturally able to give a great speech or presentation? It can sometimes seem as though these people, such as Steve Jobs or Martin Luther King,  have an innate natural ability to orate and sell their ideas. Maybe you’ve experienced a great speaker in action for yourself during […]



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Communication Primer

If you’re new to management and learning about improving your communication skills for the first time then I’d recommend you begin your learning by reading these articles: How to Run a Meeting Use a RACI Matrix to Remove Communication Errors Advanced Communication Skills For the more seasoned manager or leader, here are some of my […]



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Advantages/Disadvantages of Open and Closed Questions

When you ask a good question you allow the possibility of a good answer, conversely bad questions will almost always lead to poor answers. Let’s take a brief look at the relative advantages and disadvantages of open and close questions, from the point of view of using them in your everyday work interactions, so that […]



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New Boss? 5 Conversations you need to Have…

Whether you have just been promoted, started a new job, or your previous boss has been replaced, having a new boss can be a daunting experience, as you will have invested much time an effort into building your relationship with your previous boss and now you’re back to square one. To get you off to […]



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