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Melissa Marshall: Talk Nerdy to Me

Great friendly message to Scientists and Engineers about communicating with everyone else. Six minutes worth watching, especially if you have a techie bias in any field! Talk Nerdy To Me

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C-Level Listening Advice

Click to see this short and informative video from Kevin Sharer, Amgen CEO on "Why I'm a Listener."

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Are You Making These Mistakes in Getting the Results You Want?

At times, we all need to get someone else to make a decision. Whether it’s about signing off on a project, buying our product or service, or making reservations for ...

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Cowboys Herding Cats Video

Click here to see EDS's wonderful ad...cowboys herding cats! Thanks, Scott Simmerman!

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Communication Issues in the Way? Take This Survey

Click this blog post to take a quick survey on the issues and who is aware of them. Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey, the world's leading questionnaire tool.

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Different Worldviews: TED Talk Illuminates

Click on this blog post to see the TED Talk by Devudutt Pattanaik.

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Why Influence?

What do we mean by "influence"? What is the value of increasing it? In the SYNTAX Influence Course, we define influence as having your outcomes match or exceed what you ...

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Love and Work

Today is Valentine's Day, when we think a lot about love. Most of the focus is on romantic love, hearts and flowers, and all that. Let's take a moment to ...

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Who Wins? Influencing for Mutual Benefit

It could have happened to anyone. I was on a rare visit to a mega shopping mall to exchange a Christmas gift. There in the middle of the shoppers, displays, ...

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How to (Almost) Read Minds: Teleseminar replay

January 12, 2012 by 1 comment

How valuable would it be to know how to tailor your communication so it makes the most sense to the other person? To be persuasive to them?How to (Almost) Read Mindswith ...

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