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Men and Women at Work: Gender and Communication Styles

Why does Michael discuss workplace nonverbal communication gender differences? It’s because of an “a-ha” moment he had during a client training, where he saw firsthand how men and women were perceived very differently. Here’s Michael talking about his experience. Transcript So there I was, big bureaucracy invited me to come in and help them do …

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Inclusion NOT Awareness – World Autism Inclusion Day

Words from Randa Habelrih–speaker, author, and advocate for people dealing with autism: “I’m the mother of a child with autism … words as you very well know are powerful, they inspire action; awareness is about talk, inclusion is about actively doing something. Our children need to be included not just talked about. Let’s change the wording; it’s …

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Michael Grinder is the Master of Nonverbals

Gabi Dolke, Michael’s German translator, describes Michael’s strengths and her experiences with his work. “Reading” a person’s traits and finding out about his or her strengths and liabilities is one of his easier tasks. “Reading” a group and conducting ‘Group Wizardry’ through the Art and Science of Non-verbal Communication is his daily masterpiece. His extraordinary …

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