interpersonal communication

How to Get Out of the Drama

We say we don’t want drama in our lives, especially in our interactions at work. Drama usually means unpleasantness, frustration, conflict, lack of productivity. If it meant “real drama,” i.e. ...

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Lucy Freedman interview March 16

Tune in to my interview on Hollis Polk's internet radio show, "Your Life, Your Relationships" on Wed., 3/16 @ 3PM PDT! Listen live at Progressive Radio Network! Afterward you will ...

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Everyday Integrity

How often do we betray ourselves or others? One of our most highly valued - and highly defended - qualities is integrity. Who doesn't aspire to wholeness, accountability, and honesty ...

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Radical Cooperation

February 23, 2011 by 1 comment

Small efforts make a big difference We may take for granted the extent that we rely on good communication to get things done every day. The central skill of people ...

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Communicators’ Rule No. 1

What is the biggest obstacle we face when we are dealing with a communication breakdown? Whether it's the spouse not doing XYZ when they said they would, the boss who ...

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What Can Communication Coaching Do For You?

Especially at work, what we communicate is who we are. As leaders and co-workers, we enhance or detract from the success of our enterprise with the communication competence we demonstrate. ...

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Nothing Substitutes for Attention

Attention is the essence of who we are, the elixir of communicating with others. There's an old saying that "The master's gaze fattens the flock." Our full attention to what ...

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