Feelings

Leading Generational Intersections: When Energy Meets Experience | #PeopleSkills

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Create intersection of generations vs. focusing on gaps. Tips on leading generational intersection fr Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ | Teamwork

Respect Feelings & Views to Overcome Bias | #LeadMorale #PeopleSkillsChat

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To overcome bias, respect feelings & views even when they are diff. from yours. Why & how fr Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ & Author Leading Morale.

Respecting Feelings: JOIN Global #PeopleSkillsChat SUN July 28th 10am EDT

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Respecting feelings has big impact on trust, collaboration, results. Join global #PeopleSkillsChat SUN. July 28 Host: Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™

Lasting Memorials & Memories: Join #PeopleSkillsChat May 26

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Join weekly global #PeopleSkillsChat on Twitter to discuss how to create lasting memorials from special memories. Host Kate Nasser, The People Skils Coach™

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Objectivity vs. Detached Coldness | #Leadership #PeopleSkills

Objectivity vs. Detached Coldness

Do you think of objectivity as being truly detached? Be careful says Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™! Being truly detached doesn’t make your insight and advice objective. It makes you out-of-touch and your advice infected w/ holes & bias. To be objective you must first see the whole truth & that means connection.

Doubts Trust & More: JOIN People Skills Chat Jan. 28th | #PeopleSkills

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JOIN People Skills global Twitter chat 10am as we dig into the challenge of doubts trust & all that goes w/ it. Host: Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™. Hashtag #PeopleSkills

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Leaders, Moving From Peer to Boss: Feelings vs. Results

New leaders and many frontline leaders sometimes get trapped in the choice between their former peers’ feelings and reaching results. This is a fake choice. Effective leaders breed great results by inspiring members to care about results while respecting them as people. Here are 6 steps to success as you transition from peer to boss.