It takes very little to empathize; why is it that we don’t do it more often?
Author Archive for: Andrea P. Howe
Entries by Andrea P. Howe
The abiilty to take yourself lightly turns out to be a powerful quality.
I’ve had several awkward moments greeting several different clients in the past few months, where the unspoken question for both of us has been, “To hug or not to hug?” The question seems to arise with clients who fall in two categories: 1 – Business friends – these are clients with whom I don’t necessarily […]
An object example in good behavior from, of all places, politics.
What is it about consultants and consultant-speak?
Karen Salmansohn publishes a “Be Happy Dammit Tips” Newsletter. She quotes some fascinating statistics about the value of business friendships. For example: – People with a best friend at work are seven times more likely to be engaged in their work. – Close friendships at work boost employee satisfaction by nearly 50%. – People with […]
Vince Gill shows a thing or two about how to be. Just be.
People prefer affability over competence in their choice of work partners.
How to silence the little voice that chatters within us and prevents us from really listening.
Recent Blog Posts
- Trust Matters, The Podcast: When Clients Want to Look Under The Hood at Your Pricing (Episode 22)May 7, 2019 - 2:44 pm
Podcast: EmbedSubscribe to TrustMatters, The Podcast Android | RSS
- Five Short Phrases to Build Relationships: Part 2 of 5May 1, 2019 - 6:01 am
This is the second in a series of five posts on short (seven words or less) powerful phrases. Each phrase distills the essence of a key part of approaching trust-based relationships in business. Why focus on short phrases like this? Because the concise expression of several emotionally powerful concepts packs a punch. Such phrases feel profound. […]