Tag Archive | "Communication Skills"

Have a big presentation coming up? Get the tools and confidence to nail it at the Women Presenting Powerfully Masterclass is Sydney and Canberra this July.

A “fact” that’s been floating around a while now is many people fear public speaking more then death.  I’ve always wanted to know the methodology used for ascertaining that fact, as I think faced with the decision “presentation or death” I think most of us would choose presentation. But presentations can be very stressful, especially […]

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Free Kirsty Spraggon E-book

I have had so many emails, comments and thank yous for including Kirsty Spraggon in the May Ascend line up such as:“In terms of practical advice that a needed in my role ‘right now’ this really provided it. It really gave me a new perspective and I feel a lot more confident about approaching business […]

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Limited voice= limited options?

Dr. Louise Mahler writes a wonderful blog on a topic she pioneered to much success – voice intelligence. This week I received a very interesting blog of hers titled “Why Can’t You Sing?” about how neuroscience shows everyone can sing, and the fascinating connection between emotions and voice. She argues that without a full vocal […]

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Communication tips for getting ahead at work

Have you been feeling like you’re ready for a new challenge at work? Are you keen to move on from the role or department that you’re in? Do you feel a bit stuck and are not sure how to continue to progress your career? I recently discovered this article by Connie Glaser. She’s a pro communicator about […]

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Is leadership different because of new technologies?

We’re constantly on email, both at our desks and whenever we’re on our phone. Everyone is blogging, texting, tweeting, broadcasting, link sharing and status updating these days. Does this level of constant communication and reach-ability improve our ability to lead our teams, to inspire our friends and to ensure that the work we’re responsible for […]

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Be warned: powerful people make better liars

A study has recently been conducted in which scientists tested a range of people, both employees and bosses. The study focuses on comfort and success of these individuals when lying. The really interesting and potentially applicable part of this study for us is the finding is that people in more powerful roles such as CEOs, […]

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