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People Skills: Speak Sooner to Prevent Needless Conflict

Speak sooner to prevent needless conflict! Don’t let innuendo, passive aggression, or bullying take hold. Leadership, career, and life insight fr The People Skills Coach™.

Use 15 Not So Obvious People Skills Truths

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15 people skills truths from The People Skills Coach™ for positive interactions about success in business. Especially helpful for technical professionals, doctors, scientists & non-intuitive types.

Creepy Communication: Essential Changes to Be Professional | #peopleskills

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Does what you say come across as professional? Checklist of creepy communication choices to avoid. From Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™.

Professional People Skills: 6 Ways to Respond to Chronic Fault Finders

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Professional people skills: How do you handle chronic fault finders? Leadership & teamwork insights fr The People Skills Coach™.

Making Great First Impressions JOIN #Peopleskills Chat July 13th

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Making great first impressions can be the difference between building and burning bridges. Build your skills w/ The People Skills Coach™ in Sunday’s #peopleskills global Twitter chat at 10am ET.

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People Skills to Show Your Change Ability #peopleskills #career

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How open are you to change? Do you adapt easily in the workplace? Flexibility, (change ability), is one key trait employers seek. Here are 7 people skills career tips to show your adaptability & value to any workplace team and business. Be the one hired, retained, and promoted!

People Skills Chat June 2: #Peopleskills of Giving & Receiving

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Join people skills Twitter chat this Sun. June 2nd 10am EDT: Explore dynamics of giving & receiving in professional & personal relationships. Host: Kate Nasser, Co-host Gary Loper.

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People Skills: Change ONE Unfortunate Word for Great #Peopleskills

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Professional relationships & the outcomes are slowly built & quickly broken. ONE unfortunate word to change to increase trust! Tip fr The People Skills Coach™.

Leading Superior Customer Experience: Turn Off the Power!

Customer service leaders, are you building a risky power-based culture or one of service excellence? 3 ways to check fr The People-Skills Coach™.

Superior Customer Service: Remove the Threat of One Phrase

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A popular phrase used today by customer service leaders and business owners threatens the integrity of our service profession. Here’s a winning alternative fr The People-Skills Coach™.

People Skills: Replace The Deadly Don’t You Think

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ONE word or phrase can mar career relationships & destroy your professional people-skills image. Leaders, team members, new grads — online or in person — replace this phrase with better alternatives!

When Your Career or Business Takes Off, Do You?

As your career, business or life gets busy, do you turn a blind eye to all those who helped you — even when they were busy? You may have busy blindness and here’s the cure.

People Skills Mistakes Won’t Define You If …

We all make mistakes. They don’t have to define or trap you. Here are 5 steps to ensure that your people-skills mistakes in person or online won’t limit your professional image or personal potential.

Accept Reality Sooner & Speed Professional Success

All want success and most want it sooner. Accept reality & you speed success. Inspiration and advice for leaders, career seekers, business owners, corporate managers.

Workplace People Skills: Redirecting Emotion into Success

Do colleagues, customers, or your boss press your emotion button? Here’s one solid technique that works and keeps you clear headed through it all. Read more …

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