It ain't what you do, it's the way that you tell it
- It ain't what you do, it's the way that you tell it. Black, Octavius // People Management;2/22/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p45
Suggests some ways to measure the impact of communication styles to improve managers' self-awareness. Effect of communication skills to the outcome of a corporate movement; How to attain a successful formal internal communication; Fictional story on `Quest 2005', a company change program.
- THE DAY OF THE JACKAL. ADEY, SUZANNE // Healthcare Counselling & Psychotherapy Journal;Apr2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p15
No abstract available.
- Self-awareness plays its part. Walls, Hal // Industrial Engineer: IE;Mar2003, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p20
Focuses on self-awareness training for managers. Aims of self-awareness training; Characteristics of good managers; Value of self-awareness.
- WHERE ARE YOU STAYING? Upton, Gillian // Management Today;Oct2000, p88
Asserts that one's choice of a hotel reveals his self-image, his company and the way it does business. Favorite hotels of the 'pinstripe,' 'designer' and 'off the rack' types of executives; Features of various hotels in European cities; Rates.
- The Generative Change Community: Cases About the Meaning of "Generative Dialogic Change Processes" Research. Pruitt, Bettye // Reflections;2007, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p1
The article highlights the Generative Change Community (GCC), a global community of practice that brings out and promote generative dialogic change processes. The aim of the group seeks to unify individual, organizational and society as a whole through dialogic processes and initiatives....
- Imagined Interaction as an Element of Social Cognition. Edwards, Renee; Honeycutt, James M.; Zagacki, Kenneth S. // Western Journal of Speech Communication: WJSC;Winter988, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p23
The notion of â€˜imagined interactionâ€™ is introduced as part of the social cognition process. Imagined interactions serve several functions including rehearsal for anticipated encounters. Results of a study indicate that imagined interactions tend to occur before real interactions,...
- Self-Awareness and Self Statements as Predictors of Communication Apprehension. Watson, Warren; O'Hair, Dan; Behnke, Ralph R. // Journal of the Northwest Communication Association;Spring87, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p45
The article presents information related to a study which has investigated the degree to which self-understanding and self-statements are predictors of communication apprehension. It has been indicated by the results of the study that the self-statements and self-awareness variables are useful...
- The Speech Act of Complaining: Preliminary Quantitative Research. Miller, Kurtis; Ferrara Elisei, Merissa // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2009, p1
There has been little research into complaining as an interpersonal speech act. What research has been conducted has focused on consumer or patient complaint behavior, the boss-employee or spousal relationships. Participants kept a complaint journal over 4 days, recording complaints heard and...
- Take a Breath. Blumenstock, Claudia S. // Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management;Feb2003, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p74
Presents several tips on stress management among business leaders. Importance of replenishment to executives; Significance of being aware of one's self; Major problem in leadership development.