Monthly Archives: April 2012

“An elephant in the Room” # 3 : Avoiding Unacceptable Behaviour in Presentations.

The techniques discussed in this article can also be applied to presentations & meetings; both internal & external. Situation: David, A Senior Product Manager in a Multinational Pharmaceutical company, was giving a presentation to members of the Marketing Department and … Continue reading

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The Use of Hypnosis in Negotiation – 7 Steps to success!

The Use of Hypnosis in Negotiation. As a hypnotherapist who, over 25 years ago, moved into the area of negotiation & Communication , I have become more and more aware that most negotiators tend to focus almost exclusively on their … Continue reading

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“An Elephant in the Room” # 2: The Hidden Dangers of Interrupting during Presentations.

In every company there are “Elephants in the Room” and  this article and the following ones that appear in this BLOG will deal with some of the most common ones. In this article a PRESENTATION is defined as a short … Continue reading

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There is “an elephant in the room” and how to deal with it

There is “an Elephant in the Room” and How to Deal with it “All of the great leaders have had one characteristic in common: it was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their time. … Continue reading

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