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Dr. Paulette Dale
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3 months ago

A “tag” question walked into a bar, didn’t she?

I don’t know. No one paid attention to her!

♦️Tag questions occur when we add a question to the end of a declarative sentence.

♦️If we want to project confidence/personal authority and expect others to listen to us, avoiding tag questions is key.

Consider this 🤔:

I was about to present at an international conference in Buenos Aires.

500 attendees took seats toward the rear of the auditorium leaving the first several rows empty.

(I find it disconcerting to speak to empty rows of seats🪑🪑🪑🪑🪑 right in front of me.)

“Please move up and fill in the front rows, alright?” I begged.

To my dismay, NO ONE MOVED. Yikes. 😳 Now what do I do?

“That did not work out well. Let me rephrase,” I said humorously after recovering my poise. “I’ll begin when the front rows are filled in. Move up!”

Approximately 50 people moved up to the front. I took that as a win. 🙌

Let’s maximize our impact with assertive communication:

❌ It’s already 9:05 A.M. We should start the meeting, shouldn’t we?

❌ We have a lot to cover today so we’ll take a one hour lunch break, O.K?”

By saying, “shouldn’t we?” and “O.K?” I told my team I’m unsure of myself and my position.

I diminished my credibility. Why not maximize it?

✔️ It’s 9:05 A.M. Let’s start the meeting.

✔️ We have a lot to discuss. We’ll take a one hour lunch break.

Eliminating tag questions may take practice. It’s worth it. You will sound more assertive and confident.

Follow me for more actionable tips and advice for maximizing your impact with assertive communication.

“Did You Say Something, Susan?“ is a must read for every woman. (It’s not a bad idea for men either!) Dr. Paulette Dale offers solid advice to help women effectively communicate with impact and grace in all situations.”

  • Mark Victor Hansen, Coauthor Chicken Soup for the Soul

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
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over 6 months ago

First of all, every manager had to have a first shot at managing people. You are simply looking for your first opportunity.

The good news is you can use past experiences as reasons why you are ready to take on more of a leadership role.

For example,

Have you led a project?

Mentored anyone?

Brought a brand-new employee up to speed?

Given recurring advice to colleagues?

Led meetings?

Guess what? If you did one or more of those things effectively and WANT to manage people, then you are certainly ready.

Most of the leadership refinement occurs as you lead. You'll learn from your mistakes just like in other areas of your professional life.

Besides, good managers are not constantly on top of their direct reports...micromanagers do that.

You want to be in a position to let people thrive. It's as simple and as complicated as that.

#wordsofadvice #leadership #management

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Johnny Haggard
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over 6 months ago

I got hurt in a bike accident 3 years ago and contracted a serious infection. The doctors removed all the contaminated hardware and I’ve beat the infection, I’m ready to go back to work. NOW! #interview #leadership

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Joseph J. Aragona Jr.
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over 6 months ago

I was laid off in 4/2020 due to C-19. I have been applying on almost every employment site with no luck. I have a lot of experience in the commercial and industrial HVAC industry, traveled the world as factory technical representative, and operated mechanical contracting business in a 50/50 partnership. Unfortunately, I cannot run service any longer due to physical restrictions, but my knowledge and work ethic(leadership skills) are my greatest assets. Employers are commenting on how impressive my resume is but they chose another candidate. This is the most common reply from employers. Not sure if my age, pay/benefit requirements, qualifications, or they are really not hiring? 🙏🇺🇸 #jobsearch #career #fulltime#benefits #discrimination #age #pay #benefits #compensation #leadership

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jack pearcey
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over 6 months ago

I did not stay. General Manager had a habit of throwing employees under the bus. No write ups on record. Upper management did not investigate. Just took General managers word. On a good note he is no longer there. #coworkers #Ish #leadership #termination #discrimination #management #bad management

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Samson Hunkin
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over 6 months ago

#1VC credits for rightful appointing #leadership #57 #education

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Clifton Williams
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over 6 months ago

Leadership is not entitlement, not given, or bought. Leadership comes from hard work, determination, dedication, and a humble attitude. Many have become great leaders through perservence during challenging times and believing they could make a difference. Face your mountain, you may have to climb it or simply walk around it. But know that giving up and giving in to defeat is NOT an option! #makinganimpact #leadbyexample #motivation #leadership

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Nathaniel Summers
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Kendall Reyes
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over 6 months ago

#resume update as well as completed three online diploma courses. #Leadership #Supervision #Operations Management

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Steven Ransom
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over 6 months ago

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