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01
Déc

USING OUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO GIVE AND RECEIVE FEEDBACK

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We were lucky to have Maryna Blankenstein from "Winfluence" present this very interesting topic to us. And thank you to those who attended and contributed!

This newsletter will give a short summary of some main points from the workshop, as well as a brief introduction of the presenter. Enjoy!

Maryna coaches in the field of Personal Development and Presenting Skills to generate growth, success, and satisfaction. She is a certified Emotional Quotient (EQ-i - Bar-On) facilitator and uses techniques from E.Q. and Non-Violent-Communication to increase performance in global companies from the newest recruits to senior executives. Conveying our message in an effective and convincing way, whether speaking to one person or a sizeable audience, is an essential business skill. Poor communication wastes opportunities and loses business; however, good communication is as much about how we say things as what we say!

Effective communication relies on our Emotional Intelligence (EI). By organising our thoughts and messages in a way which persuades and stimulates our audience we create optimal impact and influence. An integral part of success in business is the ability to enlighten and create interest when speaking in public.

30
Nov

Think Tank: put your employees first and your customers second

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This article looks at the importance of looking after the people who make the company function; really they are more of a priority for the company than clients who come a close second.... but second none-the-less!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/businessclub/management-advice/8813996/Think-Tank-put-your-employees-first-and-your-customers-second.html

21
Nov

Referversance website

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My partner's website: 

Refervescence and Winfluence

http://www.refervescence.com/