When you're giving a speech to your team, employees, investors or the entire company, you need to avoid sounding like a narcissist...Why? Because you lose power and credibility!
Too many leaders unintentionally sound self-absorbed (and out-of-touch) because they violate this metric called the Narcissism Ratio!
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If you will ever negotiate a job offer, a sales deal, or a project proposal, you simply cannot use round numbers! Because if you use round numbers, rather than hyper-specific numbers, you will end up with a terrible deal!
In this video, I reveal the science that shows exactly how you should be making your offers in negotiations!
How you deliver constructive criticism will have a huge impact on whether your employees will (or won't) actually make changes and improve their performance. But do you know what kind of feedback you actually deliver? And how that gets received?
Have you ever been in a meeting where one person totally dominates the meeting? They talk louder than everyone else, and if the boss or team leader isn’t speaking, all you hear are their thoughts, their ideas, and their opinions. The quieter people in the meeting feel totally shut out from participating, and even the people who usually don’t have a problem being heard can’t get a word in.
The good news is that there's a technique for solving this. It's called the Nominal Group Technique, and this 3-minute video shows you exactly how to use it!
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We’ve all been in those meetings where most people are trying to do something positive and constructive, but there’s one person who keeps sniping and oozing negativity over every good idea.