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A Visual Guide to Non-verbal Feedback

Managers, giving (and receiving) feedback can be tricky, but did you know that only 7% of face-to-face communication is sent through words? 

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A Manager’s Reference Guide to Nonverbal Feedback

Only 7% of face-to-face communication is sent through words.

Without even knowing it, you may be sending and receiving signals during employee feedback that could be undermining your message or  sabotaging your coaching. You might also be missing signs of engagement or disengagement that could be important.

How can you interpret—or send—these nonverbal cues to enhance your message, or avoid a disaster? This guide can help.

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10 Essential Tips to Coaching Introverts and Extraverts

Managers, looking for practical tips on how to coach to different personality styles? Download our new infographic on the 10 Essential Tips to Coaching Introverts and Extraverts.

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The Science of Coaching: Coaching Introverts vs. Extraverts

Are your employees introverts, extraverts, or ambiverts? How does that impact your coaching style?  

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In Case You Missed It: Best Performance Management Articles this July

We can’t believe we’re already halfway through summer! If you’re like us, you still have so much to do and so little time to do it. One of the items on our to-do list is to stay in-the-know about all things performance management. Here are five articles we found to be the most eye-opening during July:

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In Case You Missed It: Best Performance Management Articles in June

If you’ve been too busy getting ahead of business before summer sets in to keep track of the latest happenings in HR and talent management, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with this month’s top industry new items. Here’s our June round-up of the articles we found to be most insightful:

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Making Connected Learning & Assessments Work

Think back to when you were in college, or even high school. Maybe there was a certain class you weren't crazy about. It wasn't in your major and you couldn't fathom any of the information being useful once you tossed your graduation cap skyward. If you had a test coming up, you waited until the night before to start cramming all the textbook knowledge you could into your brain. Then you went into class the next day, (ideally) aced the test—and by the end of the next week forgot everything you'd just "learned."

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A CLEAR Approach to Agile Goal Setting

A business without goals is like a ship without direction  ̶  you will end up somewhere, but you won't know where (and your "crew" likely won't be too pleased with the landing spot).

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