Category Archives: Meeting 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

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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

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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

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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Receiving Feedback

“Although you can find hundreds of resources teaching you how to give feedback effectively, there are very few that will tell you how to receive it well.” Neha Ratnakar, Exec-Comm Learning Consultant, shares her top 3 tips for how to … Continue reading

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Startups And Small Businesses: One Elevator Ride Can Change Everything

Elevators are cramped, slightly uncomfortable spaces at best. As you’re riding the elevator up to your office this morning, picture being joined by an interviewer and a camera crew. You’ve spent the last three or four years working on a … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Innovation, Interviewing Skills, Meeting Skills, Networking, Presentation Skills, Women in Business

5 Ways To Turn Your Brain-Drizzle Into A Brainstorm

Solving problems requires both a left-brain analysis and right-brain creativity. The analysis part comes into play as you define the problem, analyze how the problem developed, evaluate the benefit of solving the problem relative to the cost of fixing it … Continue reading

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Share Your Ideas And Have Them Heard

You have innovative ideas and want to influence those around you. But to do that, you need to communicate in a way that works for your audience, or your message may fall on deaf ears. Anne Teutschel, Exec-Comm Learning Consultant, … Continue reading

Posted in Communication Skills, Exec-Comm Team, Meeting Skills, Tips Videos

Bringing Back-To-School Night Back To Work: 5 Steps To Make The Most Of Your Relationships

When my son Sam was in second grade, I sat – really squatted – in a tiny chair in his classroom to hear his teacher – let’s call her Ms. Rose – talk to the gathered parents about the classroom … Continue reading

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If I Only Remember One Thing About You, What Do You Want It To Be?

When it comes to technology, I’m neither a gadget guy nor a Neanderthal. I’m happy to use the latest and greatest, as long as it’s easy and helps me get more done or enjoy the experience more. The difficulty is … Continue reading

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