Handshakes are going viral (but not in a good way)

Handshakes are going viral (but not in a good way)

As the world wrestles with coronavirus (COVID-19), a more mundane subtext has entered our daily lives. How do we greet each other? How do we part when our time together is over? Specifically, the handshake, one of the most common gestures used by the humans when…

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In today’s workplace, the importance of finding someone to talk to

In today’s workplace, the importance of finding someone to talk to

Much of my work as a business relationship consultant involves in depth face-to-face interviews. To find out what’s really on someone’s mind, nothing can ever replace the richness and flexibility of a conversation. This kind of feedback really is a gift. Pretty regularly, when one of…

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A heads-up for 2020. Burnout is real and on the rise

A heads-up for 2020. Burnout is real and on the rise

By now we are all into the swing of 2020. But this is a tough month, more to be survived than relished, and with only February to anticipate. We’re back at work, under pressure to give Dry January or Veganuary a go (ideally not both),…

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