You need a no-fail, easy-to-remember, 3-part strategy for pitching your ideas to others. Whether you’re trying to redirect your client or describe your value in the workplace, this 3-part pitch can save the day. Learn the What/So What/Now What reflective practice and apply it to your next spur-of-the-moment speaking engagement.
Who hasn’t experienced worry or stress about the unknown future ahead? These concerns are especially salient for MBA students embarking on a new path. While you may feel a lot of excitement about future life transitions, it is also normal to feel heavier emotions. When those fears and worries become persistent or hard to shake, this anxiety can become a distraction.
Have you enjoyed a one-on-one session with an MBA+ coach yet? If so, you know first-hand the value of individualized coaching. Coaching is training, instructing, or prompting that helps another individual reach a set goal and explore their full capabilities.
Do you know that feeling—the one you get after a guest speaker has shared their expertise and now it’s time for questions from the crowd—that totally blank feeling of not knowing what question to ask?
While it may be ideal to resolve conflict and create solutions collaboratively, let’s face it: some people are just impossible.
Are all the slide decks you’re seeing full of bullet points that the speaker reads to you from a screen? You can do better than that!
In this podcast, listeners train in practical conflict resolution strategies for professionals in the workplace.
While formal meetings with supervisors may be unnerving, a culture that encourages frequent, short, informal “check-ins” fosters a climate of collaboration. In this podcast, listeners will learn the supervisory skill of the short “check-in” meeting.
In this webinar, participants will learn about the “You-Attitude,” which is a style of communicating that prioritizes the audience’s preferences.
One way to enact corporate citizenship is through ethical persuasive messages. Persuasion is different from manipulation in that the goal is to meet the needs of both parties in the transactional communication.