Check out our brand new video with Mind Tools' Content Editor/Writer, Jonathan Hancock, who shares his handy hints for putting on a great presentation – in spite of any nerves
"The study also suggests that persistently practicing these power poses can, over time, improve our health and wellbeing" - Lucy Bishop
"We are not hardwired for working/living in silos. Connectedness helps us cooperate and think better" – Yolande Conradie
We asked our social media friends and followers for their top tips on how to handle difficult virtual conversations. Here's a selection of the best responses
What makes you sit up and listen to someone? In our latest Expert Interview podcast, we learn about the eight traits of effective communicators
In this month's podcast, journalist, academic and writer Dean Nelson talks to Mind Tools about interviewing techniques. What are the secrets to a good interview? And how can you get the most out of interviewees?
When you jump in to "fix" things, how helpful is it really?
Have you ever been astonished by a magician's trick, and then tried to work out how they did it? Maybe, in the cold light of day, you found yourself wondering why it was so easy for them to fool you! If so, then you've done more than just try to solve a particular bit of […]
"The difference between real life and a story is that life has significance, while a story must have meaning." ― Vera Nazarian, Russian-American writer I'm sure many of you enjoy watching a good movie. I do too. But isn't it disappointing to leave the theater feeling that the story didn't live up to your expectations? […]
Wayne Turmel is many things. A Canadian living in Las Vegas, he’s a former stand-up comic, a successful podcaster, and a novelist. But, first and foremost, Turmel is a remote leadership expert. As such, Turmel is not afraid of getting down and dirty with the nitty-gritty of virtual meetings. In fact, he even wrote a […]