By ROSHAN THIRAN
John Maxwell, a leadership guru, once said that “leadership is about influence. Nothing else”. Maxwell is right that influencing is a big part of leadership yet it is one of the hardest things to do.
Body language is a language without spoken words. It’s non-verbal communication which sometimes plays a greater indication compared to verbal communication. It is important to be mindful of your body posture as it speaks for you.
By SARA YEE
Selling yourself is a key point in the question of whether you will be hired or not.
If your “sale” goes successfully, this will not only allow you to get the job but the impression you leave will make further selling – asking for a raise or applying for a promotion – that much easier.
By DAN ROCKWELL
Formal conversations promote guarded fakery and artificial relationships. Team members put on their professional faces. Recently, a team member explained how a business owner made it safe to connect by encouraging leaders to ‘put their feet on the desk’.
By KRYSTAL CLARE
We, as humans, spend every minute of every day “reading” people and drawing conclusions; the unconscious mind is working all the time. The conclusions drawn will most likely set the pace for future interactions.
By YEOH LIN LIN
Every day is an opportunity to connect with people positively or negatively. And the single currency that we need to do that is with the words spoken that have been processed by our brain. In other words, watch our words!