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.

The Republican Takeaway

One big lesson of the recent Republican Debates—at least from a Communications standpoint—is that the chasm between professional and memorable is easy to identify, but hard to define. I’m an Interpersonal Skills Consultant. That means I help people get their messages across. Most of my clients would consider themselves geniuses if they could deliver with … Continued

Assessing Leadership

Most of us like to think of ourselves as leaders, and in business we all exhibit leadership qualities whether we are leading a team, looking to impress the boss, or just to get things done. No matter where you are on the leadership ladder or how evolved you think your leadership skills are, I believe that … Continued

9 Dos & Don’ts of Presenting

Henry Caplan explains what you should and shouldn’t do during your next presentation.   1. Do – Manage your nerves Often our nerves are internalised. There is always a difference between our perception of ourselves and how others see us. Sometimes this perspective can help with nerves as well. So seek out feedback from people … Continued

To Email, Or Not To Email?

My wife said to me on Sunday morning over breakfast, “How did anyone survive before email?”  I spluttered and burst into a slightly derisive laugh.  The laugh was because it made me think that the opposite is true. Most people who I train are completely overwhelmed by their emails.  They take up so much time … Continued

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