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To be effective in information gathering, you need to let go of assumptions and be aware enough to recognize when you’re jumping to conclusions, making judgments, or using labels.
Asking curious, open-ended questions encourages dialogue instead of dictating what other people should do or think, And the best communicators listen more than they speak.
If you’re not getting the result you want, go back to whether you were clear about what, exactly, those results should have been.
If you’re using a lot of jargon or vague language or trying to communicate in endless emails instead of calling a quick face-to-face meeting where you can show that you’re open to questions and explaining what you want, you’re likely to get much better results.
People who are continuously seeking feedback are the ones who get the best at it for saying: "What am I missing here? What have I not told you? Am I filling you in consistently?"
Those who are hungry for feedback are the ones who will improve most consistently.
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Keep your distance and don’t text, email, meet in person or call.
Cutting the ties for good when it’s over puts you on a faster path to healing.
Cry, sob your eyes out, scream and yell. As long as it doesn’t hurt yourself or anybody else, find ways to release and let go of the pain you may be feeling.Listen to sad songs. Listening to sad songs can regulate negative emotion and mood as well as consolation.
Coping with the end of a relationship is a little bit like a 12 step program. You will reach acceptance far sooner by staying away from that person.
Don’t over-analyze what could have been different. Your mission now is to get to the place where you aren’t battling with yourself about the way things are. Do this with compassion and don’t beat yourself up.
It's not uncommon for hiring managers to hand you over to someone else on the team to meet you at the last minute. Send a quick email to encourage them to plan:
Hi Kamala, I’m really...
Skim their history on LinkedIn, then move way down to the bottom. If they have endorsements and recommendations, it can give you a feel for their management style.
Twitter can help you guess at an interviewer's personality, interests, and values.
Your interviewer will probably open with some form of "Tell me a little about yourself." Plan your answer using a few quick bullet points to keep things brief en then commit it loosely to memory.
Effective communication is an attainable and deliberately acquired skill set, one that can be learned and practiced over time.
While it’s true that individual attributes can make
To become a more effective communicator, you must 'smoke out' original thought. Rather than conforming to the status quo, make a conscious decision to abandon overdone and clichéd material/
Citing tired platitudes might win you a few "cool points" in social media circles, but they will only take you so far if you're truly striving to effectuate change.
Once you’ve developed a fresh idea, work on organizing your message and polishing your delivery. Think about: