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Saying “No”: Keep the Negative Positive

Everyone likes an employee or coworker who is willing to go the extra mile and is open to the ideas and thoughts of others. However, being agreeable has its limits. Being afraid to say “no” can lead to a range of problems, from endorsing ideas and projects you don’t believe in to overextending yourself to […]

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Using Communication to Shatter the Glass Ceiling

Last week I had the opportunity to be a part of a panel at the inaugural Intercollegiate Women Leadership Development Conference hosted by the Financial Women’s Association. As a panel member, I collaborated with a range of other pioneering women professionals and spoke with graduate students on how to “shatter the glass ceiling” as they […]

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Do Your Telephone Skills Need Work? 3 Simple Tips

If you’re like most professionals, a significant portion of your day-to-day communication happens over the phone. Communicating over the phone can be even trickier than in-person communication—without the non-verbal cues that we rely on in face-to-face conversations, it can be harder to effectively communicate your message. Take a look at our three simple tips to […]

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How Can Corporate Speech Solutions Help You and Your International Executives?

Strong communication skills are essential to professional success. Excellent communication skills result in better workplace relations, more satisfied clients, and a better bottom line. However, learning to communicate with professionalism, clarity and confidence takes training and practice, just like any other skill. For this reason, many professionals seek out the assistance of a corporate speech-language […]

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