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Are You A Powerful Communicator?

Are You A Powerful Communicator?

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | October 8, 2014

70% of your communications are non-verbal. It’s possible you’ve heard this statistic (or some variation of it) but do you know how to interpret it? How to change your non-verbal communications and become a powerful communicator?

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Your New Year’s Resolutions: Where Are They Now?

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | January 30, 2014

Well, we are now at the end of January. Did you make New Year’s resolutions? Are you still on course? One of my biggest New Year’s goals was to do more schedule blocking. I have loved being an entrepreneur because of the flexibility it afforded me to schedule appointments whenever I needed to, volunteer at…

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what makes a leader?

What Makes A Leader?

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | November 7, 2013

Many people believe that either you’re a natural leader or you’re not. I disagree. I think that great leaders are lurking within every single one of us and it’s up to us to find ways to tap into those leadership qualities.

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3 Keys To Managing Conflicting Leadership Styles

3 Keys To Managing Conflicting Leadership Styles

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | October 10, 2013

Have you ever found yourself butting heads with another leader in your company? Do you ever read memos from others and wonder, “What are they thinking?” Recently my husband and I set out to renovate and add an additional bathroom to our house. It was a project that we’ve talked about for years but finally found…

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What does Workplace Courage Look Like?

What Does Workplace Courage Look Like?

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | September 26, 2013

Two weeks ago I gave a talk on the San Jose Ebay/Paypal campus on why your fear of failure might be slowing your success.

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