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When I hear people justifying their actions, my body goes into shock – my stomach turns, my eyes twitch, and I start to pace uncontrollably. Not really, but my blood boils and turns my face beat red. I am not sure of the science of it, but I think it is purely mental.  For whatever […]

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Bess Gallanis is a communications specialist and a blogger for Resicom, The Huffington Post and Indezine. In the second installment of The Best Story Wins, “The Social Network” is a reference point for creating a compelling business story.

Review these valuable communication tips here.  http://bessgallanis.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/the-best-story-wins-part-ii/

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Why Communicate

On February 9, 2011 By

“Man created language to be understood. It should be normal to understand what people convey to us. Fear, ulterior motives, and closed mindedness are the enemies of understanding.”

– John Fairclough, CEO Resicom

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“Communication is the real work of leadership.”

-Nintin Nohria, 10th Dean of Harvard

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Greening your Message

On February 8, 2011 By

“Be green with your words… Use less of them to communicate your point.”

-John Fairclough, CEO Resicom

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“Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.”

-Anne Morrow Lindbergh, American aviator and author

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Speaking vs Being Heard

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“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.”

-Anthony Robbins

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“We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.”

-Epictetus, Greek philosopher

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We have important (at least we think so) things to say, but sometimes run into a wall for ideas of where to start.

I have created a “cheat sheet” that helps me generate ideas. Since each of my posts has a specific purpose, I have organized these categories to help get me unstuck.
Quick […]

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Delegate Desired Outcomes

Stifling creativity can be a devastating habit for a company.  Avoid this pitfall by abstaining from micromanagement activities.  As an example, consider how you can empower your people’s creativity in how you delegate.
Example:  Our Task Description
Connect with Mr. Smith to learn of his interest in […]

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