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Great Business Leaders are Good Listeners

Becoming a better listener can make you a more effective leader in whatever leadership role you’re in. Whether you’re listening to your kids recount their days at school or in a meeting receiving feedback from your employees, it’s important that you listen carefully and become more mindful of what is said between the lines. As a leader, it’s not always easy to know what subordinates are thinking. They seem to

Mastering Body Language in Business Networking

One of the benefits of networking with people face-to-face vs. online is that you can see their reactions and get a “read” on them. At the same time, they can do the same with you. On the plus side, you can convey your interest and genuineness more easily. On the downside, you have to be more aware than ever about your body language and expressions. Here are four of the

Communicating on the Net

When you’re speaking to someone face to face, it’s easy to understand what they’re saying. After all, we don’t only speak with our mouths; we actually communicate using our bodies too. When face to face, you can read someone’s hand gestures, body language, tone of voice and facial expressions. All of this makes it very easy to understand what the person is saying. Online it’s a whole different ballgame. When

Avoiding Negativity Online

Networking online is a great thing. It helps you stay connected with your peers and can make working from home a little less lonely. However, there are some pitfalls to networking online. On the internet you don’t have face-to-face interaction with people. You also have a larger amount of people to deal with at any one time. Most of the people you’ll meet are anonymous and this anonymity can often


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