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The MetaMind Blog

How Greek Astronomers and Egyptian inventors still rule our meetings today

The below is taken from my new book " How to Make Yourself Promotable – 7 Skills to Climb the Career Ladder".  At the end of the blog, there’s a link to buy it for the launch price of just 0.99 cents – but hurry, this amazing offer is only valid in July!   Do you find yourself chatting with colleagues over coffee when you know that you still have to finish a presentation for a meeting the same afternoon? [...]

August 17th, 2017|

Communication skills are on a disturbing downward slope

  Several studies have showed us, alarmingly, that communication and interpersonal skills are on the decline. And at the same time, in our service-based economy, these are fundamental to running successful businesses. The reason for the decline is not surprising. We all know that we should talk to the people in the room, rather than send short messages to people who are not around. Still, we check our phones 85 times a day, expect to be able to reach everyone [...]

July 4th, 2017|

Dancing or boxing – what’s your communication style?

 Too often, we are engaged in boxing when we communicate. Boxing is about winning the debate. Dancing, however, is constructive. It is building on each other’s arguments; it is responding gracefully; it is about creating harmony; and it’s developing an intuition for where you can go together. Take an example from my book, “How to Make Yourself Promotable - 7 skills to help you climb the career ladder” describing the word “but”. Admittedly, there are good uses for the word. [...]

June 10th, 2017|

Leadership tip #9: It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure

“It's Not Information Overload. It's Filter Failure” – Clay Shirky With the Internet, we are exposed to much more information then ever. However, we fail to set ourselves appropriate filters. In Singapore, we spend 2.2 hours a day on social media, which ranks us the 15th in the world. Are these 2.2 hours well spent? Or do we all need to filter our social media consumption more? Information overload has a paralysing effect, launching us into a state of inaction. [...]

June 5th, 2017|

What Comprises Effective Communication?

On a Saturday afternoon, I booked an Uber to take my daughter from one shopping centre to the other. As I got the confirmation of the booking, my phone crashed. For weeks, I had ignored my slightly aged iPhone telling me that the battery had done its duty.  I headed to the pickup point, taking the chance of identifying my booked car among the steady stream of vehicles arriving at Plaza Singapura. A car pulled up that seemed to have [...]

June 3rd, 2017|