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The Perceptual Positions Process
Posted By Duncan Fish on November 18, 2019
The Perceptual Positions Process

In many cases throughout your life, you’ll find yourself in a situation where you need to look at things from another’s perspective. This can be difficult, but with a little work, you can start seeing things from others’ points of view with ease.

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How to Start Developing Empathy
Posted By Duncan Fish on November 11, 2019
How to Start Developing Empathy

If you don’t naturally have a capacity for empathy, don’t feel like your progress as an Engaging Executive is limited. You can easily develop empathy over time, until it begins to feel natural.

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How Empathy Can Enhance Your Career
Posted By Duncan Fish on November 4, 2019
How Empathy Can Enhance Your Career

Empathy plays a very large role in your career. You might think, ‘Oh, empathy is for dealing with emotional people and emotions don’t belong in the workplace.’ However, we’re all human, with human emotions, and so those emotions will inevitably pop up in the office. If you can respond to them appropriately, though, then you’ll find that those emotions in the office can help your career.

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Two Mistakes to NOT Make When Giving and Receiving Feedback
Posted By Duncan Fish on October 28, 2019
Two Mistakes to NOT Make When Giving and Receiving Feedback

Both giving and receiving feedback in the workplace can be tricky. However, if you can avoid these two mistakes you’ll be that much closer to giving and receiving valuable feedback that makes your company culture stronger.

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How to Give Better Feedback
Posted By Duncan Fish on October 21, 2019
How to Give Better Feedback

Have you ever considered that there might be right and wrong ways to give feedback? Make sure that you’re giving the best, most useful feedback to your team possible. Here’s how.

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How to Ask Your Employees for Feedback
Posted By Duncan Fish on October 14, 2019
How to Ask Your Employees for Feedback

Many managers are very familiar with giving feedback to their employees. Even if feedback isn’t a common part of their company’s culture, they usually at least do yearly reviews or something similar. But should those managers also be asking their employees for feedback?

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Why Feedback is Important in the Workplace
Posted By Duncan Fish on October 9, 2019
Why Feedback is Important in the Workplace

The best people I’ve ever worked for or with are those that not only are trying to bring out the best in themselves, but that are actively working to bring out the best in others. One crucial part of both of those (becoming your best and leading others to being their best) is feedback.

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Are You Using Your Body Language Effectively?
Posted By Duncan Fish on September 30, 2019
Are You Using Your Body Language Effectively?

In any given conversation, if your body language does not appropriately match your words, you’re more likely to have an incongruent message. This is why it’s so important that you use your body language effectively. What are your hands and facial features doing when you talk to someone else? Does your face ever contradict your words?

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How to Harness the Power of the Technically-Skilled Introverts on Your Team
Posted By Duncan Fish on September 27, 2019
How to Harness the Power of the Technically-Skilled Introverts on Your Team

There are introverts in every office, but what do you do when you have an introvert on your team that really has potential? You can see that they could really go far, with their technical skills, and so much further if they added engaging social skills to the mix.

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What is Your Voice Saying that Your Words are Not?
Posted By Duncan Fish on September 23, 2019
What is Your Voice Saying that Your Words are Not?

Think you’re saying all the right words, but still feel like you’re not getting your message across? It might not be that your words are wrong. It could be all in your tone.

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Engage Model

Engage Model

The ENGAGE model is a 6 step methodology to becoming likeable, empathetic and influential…

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Engaging Executive Programme

Engaging Executive Programme

Transform your ability to connect, understand and influence others
Are you technically brilliant yet looking to reach new heights with excellent interpersonal skills, networking confidence and managing emotional ….

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ENGAGE BOOK

ENGAGE BOOK

Engage is a book which shows you how to achieve that vital intersection of technical excellence and interpersonal….

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