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I was delivering a breakfast briefing at The Hospital Club on Tuesday morning. My subject, one that is close to my heart, the impact of emotion upon communication. The focus was on face to face communication and how humans automatically and non verbally share how they feel even if they do not want to. The […]Read Fear and peak performance.
Signals you should keep your mouth shut. by Patrick Lucocq For the listeners out there, here is the audio version; https://soundcloud.com/patrick-lucocq/5-signs-to-keep-your-mouth For the readers; Silence is a part of effective communication.Choosing not to speak when you really,really want to and continuing to pay attention.The reasons for this are that you may be missing subtle non […]Read Signals that you should keep your mouth shut and listen.
When facing an audience or in a negotiation meeting retaining a clear and focused mind is crucial. Making the most of your core skills means preparation to sharpen and hone the messages and their impact. Any lack of belief in what you are saying can be picked up upon and used to manipulate and […]Read Your belief in what you are saying impacts your influence.
Real Time Communication Coaching Through Mentor Group Ltd In June of 2013 In The Moment and Mentor Group Ltd started working together offering the ITM real time communication coaching to expand upon and develop their sales and performance management coaching programmes. Mentor Group have over 16 years experience delivering training and coaching to corporate business […]Read In The Moment and Mentor Group Ltd working together.
Brian asked me this the other day. It’s a good question. The answer depends in part on the angle from which you’re approaching it. Here are some examples; Yoga: Yogis talk about “being present”. The implication is a buddhist-like acceptance of what is. Internal Martial Arts: Practitioners talk about “feeling the Chi”. There is a […]Read So, how do you stay "in the moment"?