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What Constant Naysayers Really Do | #PeopleSkills #ProfessionalDevelopment

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What do constant naysayers really do? What is their true effect on others at work? Insights fr Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ | Leadership & Teamwork

Great People Skills Effects: JOIN #PeopleSkills Global Chat July 15th

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JOIN Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ & global community for #PeopleSkills Twitter chat on “Great People Skills Effects.” SUN. July 15th 10amEDT.

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Ambition Consequences: JOIN #PeopleSkills Global Chat Oct. 29th

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So many people see ambition as purely positive. But how often do we consider a deeper look at ambition consequences? JOIN Kate Nasser The People Skills Coach™ in #PeopleSkills global Twitter chat Oct 29th 10amET.

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Narcissism Effects on Others: JOIN #PeopleSkills Chat June 4th 10amEDT

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In honor of Narcissism Abuse Awareness Day this moth, JOIN us in People Skills global Twitter chat SUN. June 4th 10amEDT to explore impact of narcissism. Host Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™. Hashtag #PeopleSkills

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What Impacts Human Behavior? Join People Skills Chat Aug. 14th

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In People Skills global Twitter chat SUN. Aug. 14 (#PeopleSkills), we will explore what impacts human behavior. JOIN The People Skills Coach™ & community.

People Skills Legacy Chat 12/22/13: What Is Yours? #peopleskills

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How do you impact others? Join #peopleskills Twitter chat Sun. 10am ET w/ host: Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ & global community to explore “What Is Your People Skills Legacy?”

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People Skills: Are You Surprised By Effect of This Phrase?

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People skills allow us to communicate honestly w/o offending others. Here’s ONE phrase to avoid to speak well without offending others!

Leaders, Do You Prefer Self-Sufficient Team Members?

Leaders, do you prefer high performing self-sufficient team members even if they resist input and help from others? What if they are highly experienced and knowledgeable? The impact on the success of the business …