People believe what they see, not what they hear Troy Media - by Carol Kinsey Goman Of course I’m not talking about you. You may be a respected professional whose expertise speaks for itself. Your body language is a minor consideration. Or is it? Here’s an email I recently received from an engineer: “The Project Manager introduced [...]
Troy Media – by Carol Kinsey Goman Business leaders know that intercultural savvy is vitally important – not just because they have to deal increasingly with globalization, but also because the work force within their own national borders is growing more and more diverse.
Troy Media – by Dr. Richard Davis In the military, they call them “Mustangs” – personnel who have advanced from the enlisted ranks to positions of leadership. Some of them have gone all the way to the top, winning general’s stars and recognition as history’s finest leaders. The same thing can happen in the business [...]
Troy Media – by Carol Kinsey Goman Jessica had a crush on her manager, but she’d managed to keep it under wraps. That is, until the office party . . . and several glasses of Merlot. Suddenly it seemed like the perfect time to unburden her tortured soul. And unburden she did, to everyone in [...]
Troy Media – by Dr. Richard Davis You may have come across the phrase “must be comfortable with ambiguity” in a job description and thought to yourself, “Isn’t that a bad thing? How can a company acknowledge ambiguity exists within their system without taking steps to correct the situation?”