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Last week we looked at “The Magnificent Seven” of Resolving Conflicts Don’ts
Do’s. This week will be the Destructive Dozen.
YELLING – Few people respond well when you raise your voice loudly when
you are trying to communicate with them.
BLAMING – Verbally attacking someone else and making the focus of the
REACTING DEFENSIVELY – Makes the other person feel like a wall has been
erected between you.
FOCUS ON PERCEIVED INTENTIONS – Can lead you to making assumptions
that prevent you ...
What a great time was had by all at the Texas State Chapter Leadership
Orientation last week! The setting was beautiful, the networking
outstanding and the education empowering…
One of our past state presidents, Carolyn Sutherlin, discussed with the 2010
state officers the “Resolving Conflicts Don’ts and Do’s”. These tips would
be useful in all of our relationships…. let’s start with the “Do’s”.
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
GO TO THE SOURCE – Face-to-face interaction is best for resolving
How quickly the time passes when you are having fun or doing the things that you enjoy! It is time to finish Your Golden Rolodex: How to Network for Results! by Vicki Austin with a few last comments. Hopefully you have learned something new or been reminded ofsomething that has worked in the past.
As to social networking, the author loves technology and realizes the importance to staycurrent and to know what is available BUT technology needs to serve us….not the ...Continue Reading →
If you want the chance to win yourself a free pass to this year Annual Conference and Expo just follow these steps.
Make a blog post about this blog post and include the Expo widget OR
Tweet about this blog post and the CRT session agenda at least 5 days apart. Then
Join the CRT Facebook Page
Post links to the blog(s) and/or tweets in the comments here or in the Facebook note
Sit back and wait ...
Networking can be seen by some as “using” people but Vickie Austin in “Your
Golden Rolodex: How to Network for Results!” contends that everyone prefers
to do business with those that they know. The content of the book is a step-by
-step process of how to network. Last week we started the Networking Toolbox
with your Mission Statement and the Golden Rolodex. Let’s add a few more tools…
3. Your message: the 30 Second Commercial or Your Elevator Speech
It is ...
Last week, we discussed the need to network but yet it is certainly not everyone’s favorite activity. Vickie Austin, in The Golden Rolodex: How to Network for Results!, promotes the importance— the gold—that resides in your existing database without seeking new people as contacts.
Ms. Austin has created a Networking Toolbox to help you launch a communication campaign.
Your mission—create a mission statement, define your purpose and wanting to make a difference. A mission statement is ...Continue Reading →
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Thank you to Sharon Eddings, 2009 Texas State Secretary, for sharing the power point presentation from the Leadership Skills Training held in conjunction with the Marketing to Women Summit in Chicago this year.
The presentation shows you how to employ tips and techniques when in the spotlight, especially as a spokesperson; use protocol at meetings and events correctly and confidently; and find local resources to ...Continue Reading →
I would like to share with you over the next few weeks the e-book “Your Golden Rolodex: How to Network for Results!” by Vickie Austin, one of the phenomenal women who presented several sessions at The Marketing to Women Summit in Chicago this year. She speaks to the importance of your current database –filled with gold – to develop your business.
“Your Golden Rolodex is based on the premise that in order to succeed, we must start by honoring the people ...Continue Reading →
Amy Chorew for many of us has become the “Digital Diva” or “Technology Guru” with her “Inspire – Train – Implement! approach to helping the Women’s Council members. She worked her magic once again at the Leadership Academy in Chicago early in August. Many thanks to Katy Hubener, the incoming LCP for the SW Dallas Chapter for sharing her newly gained ...Continue Reading →