Category Archives: communications

Leadership, Expression and the Influence Matrix

Leadership starts with authentic self-expression that adds value through relationships. This is one of my¬†leadership¬†core values. It helps me be more discerning about my relationships and my role in those relationships. Among other applications, I have taught it to my … Continue reading

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What do you want: Training or Results?

Communication training often has little effect on desired results. Until you know what you want to communicate and why, learning how to communicate better isn’t all that helpful. The purpose of communication is to elicit a desired result. Show me … Continue reading

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It’s Not Personal…

The following was originally posted by Douglas Constant on Saturday, March 28, 2009. Douglas lives at The Intersection of Purpose & Now.Any interaction between two or more persons is, by definition, personal. When someone makes a decsion or takes an … Continue reading

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