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Category: credible communication

Phrases that diminish your power of persuasion

Are you inadvertently sabotaging your power of persuasion by using words that make you seem unsure, hesitant, tentative, or unassertive?  You might be.  Here are some phrases that you should never have in your business vocabulary: I might be wrong

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Do you have a leadership brand?

What you do and what you stand for communicates your leadership “brand”. What’s yours? And would your employees, clients and peers agree?

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Your credibility is created by others

Credibility with your colleagues and staff cannot be demanded, it must be demonstrated. Leadership expert Merge Gupta-Sunderji provides an example to illustrate this very important principle.

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Speaking decisively and confidently improves your credibility?

If you make eye contact and speak with confidence , what you say will be perceived as more credible. No kidding! Results from a classic 1978 experiment stand the test of time.

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What’s stopping you from communicating with confidence and clarity?

Ask your tough questions about confidence, clarity and credibility in communication of leadership expert Merge Gupta-Sunderji. Answers on February 10!

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How to communicate with confidence, clarity and credibility

Ask your tough questions about confidence, clarity and credibility in communication of leadership expert Merge Gupta-Sunderji. Answers on February 10!

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