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Max Atkinson's BlogMax Atkinson's Blog

Jottings about public speaking, presentation, conversation and anything els...

 
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Exercises in the higher banter with One of 26. Elsewhere called 'poet ...

 
Clarity: Simple. Transparent. Social. Sustainable.Clarity: Simple. Transparent. Social. Sustainable.

My personal passion has always been around the integration of different lea...

 
Graphic Communication Designer Adam AtkinsonGraphic Communication Designer Adam Atkinson

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In "Focus in Action is Great Leadership," author Belinda Johnson White, Ph.D., helps young people to hone their leadership skills, further their personal and career success and innovate in the 21st century. Inspired by some of history's gre...

The way in which people work, interact, and transact has drastically changed, but we're still following the same dated leadership model from the industrial age---an unrecognizable time when knowledge was scarce, talent seemingly limited and privacy s...

Nothing builds confidence like success. The tougher the problems and the more of them we solve, the greater our confidence becomes. That's the paradox of success in action. As our team racks up success after success, we understandably develop a...

Rest on your laurels, coast through meetings, agree to disagree, and your leadership mojo drains away. To reverse the trend, you must question the status quo and find ways to deliberately walk yourself and those around you to places outside...

Open-Ended Questions After you've clarified your intent and begun to practice establishing rapport and being open, your next challenge is to ask open-ended questions. Rapport is a great foundation for this. Effective open-ended questions generate res...

Problems build up and workplace conflicts arise. Your relationship with your co-worker suffers, you feel ineffective, and you both are less productive. No one wants to go into a tenuous situation blind and fumbling for words. Rather than shy away...

Three major pitfalls that severely limit a team's potential to be effective. The first pitfall encountered is that leaders and companies promote an entirely "there is no "I" in teams" ideology. In essence, those who endorse this a...