Satisfying social interactions release a flood of energizing dopamine, while the absence or failure of that connection starves the brain and thwarts our motivation.
In order to make up for the virtual disadvantage, leaders must overcompensate and work even harder to engage their audience.
Especially in a time of crisis, leaders should have a collective rather than individualistic approach and be willing to ask for help, even if it means going outside of their cultural comfort zone.
People often lament that in-person conference panels are dull, lifeless and confusing, even though the best experts might be at the table and the discussion topic might be compelling.
Mandel Communications, leader in communication skills training, is pleased to announce adding Dana Dupuis to its executive team. Dupuis, a pioneer in Listening Intelligence, joins the organization as the Executive Director of R&D, Listening Science.
It’s an employee’s nightmare: You’re at your desk, working on a big project, when your boss walks in and asks for an update. In these moments, we tend to misjudge what our supervisor is asking for. The last thing he or she wants is a comprehensive...
Increased perspiration and blood pressure. Nausea. A feeling of panic. Sound familiar? These sensations are some of the symptoms of glossophobia, the fear of public speaking. VR can help learners overcome their anxiety and become skilled public speakers.