Have we lost the art of conversation?

The Art of Conversation isn’t about etiquette, elocution, or knowing how to hold your teacup with your little finger crooked just so. It’s about something simple and profound: connecting.

It is fascinating to me that the corporate world is constantly seeking ways to improve communication. Has communication become another motherhood and apple pie statement – what does it actually mean?

Are you being heard?

There is so much noise out there these days, and everyone is super busy, lets face it the world has gone barking mad! So amongst all this mayhem how do you make yourself heard?

Why not have some fun and test out doing things a little differently, the worst that can happen is that it puts a smile on your face, and maybe a few others too. Here are a few suggestions, but we would love to hear your ideas too.

Stop jumping through hoops and start using them to your advantage

Here is another super simple way to inject some fun into your workplace from Stop jumping through hoops and start using them to your advantage. What a great idea, pop a few hoops in the office, they take up no room, they are cheap to buy and the benefits are endless….Improve health, concentration, mood, and connect with your work mates – So simple!

Are you PLAYING to win?

About the last thing you would expect to find in the office, is people playing, it is associated with time wasting and being unprofessional. However, is it really a waste of time, and should it have a place in the office?

Get Your Team Moving

I saw this video, and it reminded me of how the simplest things can change the day to day routine of life into something fun and memorable. We all know what effect low energy and moral can have on an environment. We are less likely to open up and communicate, share and get involved. We often forget how easy it is to spread a little bit of happiness, and how powerful that can be.

The Power of Optimism

You Can Live Every Day of Your Life from Attitude
by Nido R. Qubein

The law of inertia holds that a body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion, at the same speed and in the same direction, unless acted upon by an outside force.


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