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Dianna Booher
Executive communication expert, author, keynote speaker: Executive presence. Presentation skills. Writing skills. Interpersonal skills.
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Dianna Booher 4h
As I pointed out earlier translates to "Why weren't you listening before?"
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Dianna Booher 5h
Watch your words this week. Consider the past political and business blow-ups caused by a word or phrase that hit a raw nerve.
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Dianna Booher 6h
Know-it-all nastiness feels like a brick wall when you bump into it.
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Dianna Booher 7h
Even facts need interpretation and context.
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Dianna Booher 8h
Listen to understand rather than debate.
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Dianna Booher 9h
Something that we do so frequently can become complex without intentional effort to make it productive.
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Dianna Booher 10h
Listen intently. Ask questions. Show interest. Understand the real message behind the words.
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Dianna Booher 11h
Even computers need a refresh or a reboot. How about you? Time for a tech detox to refresh your brain?
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Dianna Booher 12h
Interrupting an in-person conversation to take a call feels like refusing to dance with your date.
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Dianna Booher 14h
Constant in-and-out conversations (while someone plays with their devices) zaps emotional connection and intimacy.
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Dianna Booher 15h
The reason many talkers ramble on is that they interpret continued eye contact as continued interest.
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Dianna Booher 16h
We'd all like to learn important lessons without the accompanying hardships--but we seldom do.
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Dianna Booher May 24
Wise leaders build resilient teams that face tough times and emerge stronger on the other side of adversity.
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Dianna Booher May 24
Being accountable may be restricting for a time--but liberating for a lifetime of success.
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Dianna Booher May 24
When puzzled by a decision: Can you justify your decision to your grandmother--someone who has common sense combined with long-term perspective?
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Dianna Booher May 24
Look for alignment. Find others who can benefit from what you want to do or change.
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Dianna Booher May 24
Respectful communication: Listening to other viewpoints courteously and acknowledging another's right to hold that belief. It does not necessarily mean agreeing.
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Dianna Booher May 24
You can waste an enormous amount of time looking for poorly titled files. Set up a consistent titling system.
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Dianna Booher May 24
Something that we do so frequently like communication can become complex without intentional effort to make it productive.
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Dianna Booher May 24
Even computers need a refresh or a reboot. How about you? Time for a tech de-tox to refreshen your brain?
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