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Emotions have been banished from business, and yet we all have them. Cindy Barnes explores how understanding emotions at work can create stronger companies. How do we deal with the thorny issue of emotions in business? When I was writing … Continue reading
Directness is Grace #4 of the 7 Graces of Marketing. But being direct is often equated with aggressiveness. Guest blogger Cindy Barnes shows that Directness is a graceful art, using the best of what makes us human, enabling our communication … Continue reading