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Language and Emotional Experience

The wider your vocabulary he better you can explain how you feel or describe an experience. But what happens if the right word doesn’t exist in your language?

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Great Questions Get Results.

Great questions shape outcomes. Learn to ask good ones and you’ll train yourself to steer the conversation and even to shape outcomes.

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Facts, Opinions and Assumptions – How Often Do You Check?

Fact checking is something we’d often prefer not to do. Even the best critical thinkers can be deluded, mistaken, or swayed, when it suits us.

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Hearing What’s Needed

When you hear it, make sure you understand what is meant, in that particular case.

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Blame, Responsibility and Solutions

These are not necessarily connected, so don’t get them mixed up.

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If You Suffer From Depression… Try Wordplay

Wordplay might seem a bit lighthearted to be associated with depression, but it isn’t.

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It Doesn’t Have to Work to be Effective

Asking if something ‘works’ or is effective may not be the best way to make use of a new idea or innovation. ‘Try it and see’ is better advice.

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Successful Conflict Management – Learn Free

My new course has just been launched. Hurry! It’s free for a limited period.

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Online Coaching Replacing Training

Finding money for learning and development has always been a tricky issue for many employers but canny individuals are moving to online coaching.

So there’s a solution.

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Doldrums, Not Pathology

The doldrums are something we pass through. They are temporary, need not be not a fixed and permanent state.

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Language and Emotional Experience

The wider your vocabulary he better you can explain how you feel or describe an experience. But what happens if the right word doesn’t exist in your language?

Continue reading

Great Questions Get Results.

Great questions shape outcomes. Learn to ask good ones and you’ll train yourself to steer the conversation and even to shape outcomes.

Continue reading

Facts, Opinions and Assumptions – How Often Do You Check?

Fact checking is something we’d often prefer not to do. Even the best critical thinkers can be deluded, mistaken, or swayed, when it suits us.

Continue reading