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Leadership communication training, confidence strategies and cultural intelligence insights for working successfully in global teams
Why Culture Matters For Your Business
Have you ever experienced a team or customer meeting where you thought what others were saying or how they were behaving was ‘rude’, ‘difficult’, or ‘not professional’?
Do I have to be an extrovert to present confidently?
I often get asked this question by my clients: Do I have to be an extrovert to present confidently? They observe that confident presenters are the extroverts, they share their views, sound persuasive …
How to pitch your tone of voice in emails
How do your emails sound? What does your reader hear when they open your emails? How do they interpret it through their ears? Here is something interesting: your emails always have a tone of voice …