Category: improving credibility


Doing your job or doing your work?

Are you doing your job or are you doing your work?  Job and work.  Is there a difference? Absolutely. A restaurant owner’s job is to produce great food.  But the best restaurants are the ones that also focus on giving

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Set a date (and keep it) to build your credibility

Seth Godin said something on his blog the other day that struck a chord with me. SET A DATE If you haven’t announced a date, you’re not serious. Pick a date. It can be far in the future. Too far,

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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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Communicating with confidence and clarity

Specific and practical tools to communicate with confidence and clarity. Live webcast on September 14 – sponsored by CGA Canada and PDNet.

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Communicating with Confidence – Live audio event on February 10

In one power-packed hour, right from the comfort of your office, learn specific and practical tools to communicate with confidence and clarity. Live event Feb 10

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