Tag Archives: communication

How Neuroscience is Creating “a Brain New World”


By Manie Bosman “The gene was the central issue in biology in the 20th century. The mind is the essential issue for biology in the 21st century.” – Eric Kandel At the risk of coming over as arrogant or self-conceited … Continue reading

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10 Practical Tips to Help You Build and Restore Trust


By Manie Bosman Success is never determined by any single factor – it results from a mixture of critical elements such as effective leadership, vision, strategy, communication, adaptability and often-overlooked factors such as opportunity and timing. However, with information technology … Continue reading

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Understanding Trust: Your Organization’s Most Valuable Asset


By Manie Bosman On a scale from 1 to 10 with 1 indicating “no trust” and 10 indicating “complete trust”, where would you rate the level of trust in your organization? Low levels of trust may explain why you’re currently … Continue reading

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Leading During a Crisis: 7 Lessons From The Costa Concordia Disaster


By Manie Bosman Since the luxury passenger cruiser Costa Concordia sank off the Tuscan coast at Giglio island last Friday, the media have been screaming accusations against its captain for abandoning ship while many passengers were still on board. Captain … Continue reading

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What We Learn About Cross-Cultural Communication By Staring at the Moon


By Manie Bosman I regularly present seminars via *Virtual Classroom for participants all over the globe – the United States, Netherlands, France, Germany, Romania, Spain, the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, Japan, China, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and Australia – to name but … Continue reading

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Why So Many “Experts” Are Terrible Speakers: Top 5 Public Speaking Mistakes


By Kathy Caprino (Article originally published in Forbes.com) As a frequent speaker at live and online conferences and events, I’m in the company of hundreds of folks each year who are top authors, experts and consultants.  In many cases, these are … Continue reading

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Four Pillars of Effective Communication


By Manie Bosman Understanding your own and other people’s communication style and preferences (see Communication: Its a Matter of Style) can be a significant step forward in improving your communication efficiency. However, this still doesn’t guarantee meaningful communication interaction from this … Continue reading

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