The Critical Dialogue on relationships is all about helping you engage in those difficult conversations, which you would often avoid, in a safe and meaningful manner. It helps in building greater bonds and trustful relationships.
One can’t get rid of difficult people from life. You keep finding them along the way. Throughout my consulting career, I have come across many people who ask me how they could deal with a difficult boss, colleague, spouse or family, or even client. I keep thinking about ways in which you could navigate those … Continue reading Ding-dong bell, Donkey in the Well
Stress could be one of the reasons why people become difficult on themselves and others. How do yo then learn to deal with difficult people and conversations with them?
Gratitude! I’m sure you have heard of this word before and you probably know that it simply means a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. The “attitude of gratitude” Gratitude may be a mouthful to pronounce but the act of showing it is actually rather simple and effective to implement. Knowing the power and potential of … Continue reading The Attitude of Gratitude
When I tell people in my workshops that ‘questioning’ is a poor listening habit, many are taken aback. They have been told that when you ask questions, you encourage the speaker and that is the way to go with your listening. People assume that questioning is a good way of showing that you are interested … Continue reading LISTENING – Questioning is a poor listening habit!
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