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  1. ProducerElizabeth Harris
    The Key to Improve as a Leader
    The Key to Improve as a LeaderWe've read many articles about leadership. How many leaders maintain their status as competitive has been a trending topic for many months. All could be covered up till now but I would like to point out one of the characteristics that will always be...


    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    17/06/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #2 You are absolutely right, and lifting others up is the way to make anyone's day! As a Leader or Chief of a Department, I didn't need to go out of my way to do that, as it came quite naturally to me. But as I was relocating and the Department gave me a Surprise Party, I was so touched that every single person in the Department pitched in to buy gifts that I still use today. While they may remember me as a "good boss," I still look at their gifts and think of all of them so fondly. For they also touched me.
    Elizabeth Harris
    15/06/2016 #2 Elizabeth Harris
    #1 Thank you Isabel. Have a great day!
    Isabel Díaz   Durán
    15/06/2016 #1 Isabel Díaz Durán
    Fantastic post!! I agree with you!!! Regards Elizabeth!
  2. ProducerEwan Muirhead

    Ewan Muirhead

    Four candles? Clean language and SF - goals, outcomes, resolutions or differences sought? All 'best hopes'!
    Four candles? Clean language and SF - goals, outcomes, resolutions or differences sought? All 'best hopes'!One of the things which impresses me about the Solution Focused Approach is the use of simple, purposeful language (which is based on evidence gathered over decades in therapeutic settings). Whilst learning coaching models of any kind are useful and...


    Ella de Jong
    25/06/2016 #6 Ella de Jong
    Thank you @Ewan! I'll be back, but 'first things first': preparing the second day of my Training Course: "Creating Energising Communication with Troubled Youth". Solution Focused verbal and non-verbal communication. Fun an valuable!!
    Ewan Muirhead
    19/06/2016 #4 Ewan Muirhead
    Great to see you here @Paut Kromkamp-Struik @Ella de Jong @Ellen Hansen & @Nick Burnett Welcome to BeBee :-)
    Ewan Muirhead
    15/06/2016 #2 Ewan Muirhead
    Absolutely - a communication begins with an outcome in mind, in order to achieve that outcome the communicator must find the best way to not only deliver the message but also retain ownership of the conversation generated until the outcome is achieved (otherwise the communication may be a waste of time for both sender/receiver)
    James Smith
    15/06/2016 #1 James Smith
    This post reminded me of this question: Is the understanding of the message responsibility of the listener or of the person communicating it? I've always found that it'll be the communicator's responsibility to confirm that the message he wants to communicate is received and understand.