The world is full of fascinating events and scientific observations that hinge on Interpersonal communication. From politics and business through to society and culture It is a subject that enthrals us every day. We want to share our observations with you in the form of our Blog. Please read, enjoy and comment.

  • Michelle Obama
  • New Year’s Resolution

    Over Thanksgiving vacation, my partner Gene shared an article he’d been reading at Salon.com. Brittney Cooper, a feminist author, was disagreeing with the assertions of a Politico.com article by Michelle Cottle, another feminist author. The subject? Michelle Obama, and whether … Continued

  • Chloe Smith's interview with Paxman is now infamous.
  • Be Prepared

    Just like the scouts, you should always be prepared when going in for an interview, talk, when meeting clients, and generally when communicating with anyone. Nothing inhibits the strength of your personal impact like not knowing something you should know, … Continued

  • Dogs Can Help People Manage Their Stress Levels
  • Dogs and Stress

    It’s important to how we communicate that we learn how to deal with stress, particularly what triggers stress and what works for us in coping with it. Perhaps its easy for us to believe we live in the most stressful … Continued

  • Psychopathy in the workplace is more common than many think.
  • Psychopaths At Work

    Psychopathy is a personality disorder that sees sufferers yield a diminished capacity to empathise with others, or a diminished desire to exercise empathy. Often, they are excellent communicators, unrestrained by confidence issues. There are multiple definitions depending on which field … Continued

  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Don’t Stress About Stress

    Now, if you’re a worrier like so many of us, you may be sick of people telling you that ‘it’s no use worrying’, as if any of us really thought that worrying or getting stressed did any good. Dealing with … Continued

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