Ruth Sherman

Why a speaker should pay attention to body language

What does a speaker's body language say to the audience? Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the body language of a speaker conveys information - positive or not so much - to his or her audience.

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Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current crisis of lack of qualified workers, and state correctly that all generations have to work together in the workplace with the understanding that each group has something valuable to offer.
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Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current crisis of lack of qualified workers, and state correctly that all generations have to work together in the workplace with the understanding that each group has something valuable to offer.
Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to propose that many of the messages we’re getting about older Americans cast a negative light on their relevance in the workplace, which is not only invalid, but also not good economics.
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