Initial Negative Reaction: Value of Leaders Not Showing It | #Leadership

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Leaders, the benefits of not showing your initial negative reaction. Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ Author Leading Morale | Leadership

Isolation Coping Skills: JOIN Global #PeopleSkillsChat April 18th 10am ET

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JOIN in global #PeopleSkillsChat w/ host Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ this SUN. April 18th 10am EDT to explore isolation coping skills – COVID-19.

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First Meeting People Skills: JOIN Global #PeopleSkillsChat Sun. Feb 7th 10am ET

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You can succeed in a first meeting, a new interaction, or situation at work. JOIN Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ in global #PeopleSkillsChat on Twitter this SUN. Feb 7th 2021 at 10am ET.

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Leadership: Find Uncommon Views of Common Wisdom | #PeopleSkills

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Questioning assumptions improves collaboration. It is especially important to question what you think is common wisdom and common sense.

Leadership Inspiration: Leaders, How Do You Stay Inspired?

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Leadership Inspiration: With so much focus on metrics how can leaders keep themselves & others inspired? Insight fr Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™.

Leaders, Are We Accomplices to Passive Aggressive Team Members?

Leaders, passive aggressive behavior in the workplace can disengage team members & lower results IF we allow it. Here are critical insights and tips to prevent it or at least be the cure of this team toxin.

Leaders, Leave Meetings. Get to a Meeting of the Minds!

Leaders, in the workplace we have multicultural teams, virtual technology, global reach & still ineffective meetings. Here’s 8 reasons from The People-Skills Coach™ to try a meeting of the minds instead!

Conversations Conquer Meeting Frustration

People don’t categorically dread conversations the way they dread meetings. Use this simple conversational technique to make your next meeting effective, memorable, and less frustrating!