Use these two practices to improve your conversations. Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two thoughts to keep in mind when starting an important conversations: get in conversation mode and initiate the conversation.
Do you think of relationship capital as important? Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the concept of banking relationship capital and why it's important to your professional success.
Is having business relationships a best practice? Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of professional relationships, how to acquire them and why having them is not only the right thing to do, but a best practice.
Joanne Black joins Jim Blasingame to explain that we are so dependent on technology that we forget about the person we're communicating with, plus why technology is a great tool, but nothing beats a personal conversation.
We're influenced by conversations in at least three major ways. Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why it's valuable to understand the three levels of conversational intelligence, including biochemical, relational, and co-creational.
Humans were meant to talk to each other face-to-face. Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the primordial nature of human conversation, and how we can prevent technology from killing this powerful behavior.
Ladies, is your body language hurtin you professionally? Catherine Kaputa joins Jim Blasingame to offer advice to women about how to use present yourself physically in the workplace for maximum positive impact.
How do you present yourself to others? Catherine Kaputa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of presenting the right posture and the impact you have with your body language, and why this matters to your success.
Women treat each other at work differently than they treat men. Katherine Crowley joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how different women are when they're working with other women than they are when they work with men.
What do you do when a prospect or customer asks you what it's going to cost them? Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that developing a customer requires an understanding of how you can help them before you tell them how much your services will cost them.
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