Category Archives: Communication Skills

Q & A: What To Do When You Don’t Know The Answer

When meeting with a potential client, it is inevitable that questions will come up. But what happens if you don’t know the answer? Or what happens when you’re in a job interview and the interviewer asks a question that you’re … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Meeting Skills, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking, Questions

6 Steps For A Successful Apology

We all make mistakes, and at some point in our careers, we’ll have to apologize to someone. Working remotely makes it more difficult and more important to quickly deliver an apology. Time and distance can damage relationships, while the well-executed … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Leadership Skills, Life Skills, Meeting Skills

Your Virtual Executive Presence

Executive Presence sets you apart in business, both in person and online. We demonstrate presence through subtle cues – the combination of how you present yourself  and communicate. When working in a virtual world, it’s even harder to demonstrate presence, … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Exec-Comm Team, Executive Presence, Leadership Skills, Life Skills

Chat, Email, Phone, Or Meet? What’s The Best Option?

Now that we’re all working from home, have you noticed an increase in the use of IM, email, internal chat forums, and project management platforms to collaborate? Some of these tools have become our go-to in business, while meetings seem … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, E-Mails, Leadership Skills, Meeting Skills, Working Remotely

Building Positive Habits For Full-Time Remote Work

“Where did this bowl of ice cream come from?” And other questions that arise when we work from home. Last week, I was on a video call with a client in the UK. I was in my office in New … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Uncategorized, Working Remotely

Channeling Astronaut Mark Watney: Effective Leadership In The Age Of ‘What Else Could Possibly Go Wrong?’

Getty Royalty Free Sol 45 I have been alone in my home office for over a month, not seeing anyone. I’ve had to learn all sorts of new technology to stay alive, workwise. I have literally planted 60 heads of … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Innovation, Leadership Skills, Uncategorized, Working Remotely

Meet Me In The Middle

As a communication professional and executive coach, I teach people how to be effective communicators. How to have conversations that connect rather than divide. One of the most common stumbling blocks I encounter when teaching effective conversation skills is the … Continue reading

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5 Must Do’s When You’re Suddenly Working From Home Full-Time

Personally, I don’t like working from home. If I can choose, I go into the office. I just get more done. Unfortunately, to protect my family and my employees, going to the office is no longer the best option. For … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Global, Innovation, Uncategorized, Working Remotely

6 Tips To Help You Reduce Distance For Remote Teams

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Global, Innovation, Uncategorized, Working Remotely

How Do You Command A Room?

3 Tips To Boost Your Executive Presence Growing up in the Philippines, I was taught to be humble and accommodating, rather than outspoken or bold. We were encouraged to get along, rather than rock the boat. My first jobs were … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Leadership Skills, Presentation Skills, Women in Business