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O.K.? You with me? Verbal Validation Markers in Oral Communication.

Many people, including presenters and trainers, appear to subconsciously use “Verbal validation markers” (a sub-set of discourse markers) when speaking to formal or informal groups in meetings, presentations & similar communicative activities. These Verbal Validation Markers normally occur at the … Continue reading

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PART 2: Linguistics, psychology and a humanistic perspective of change management: 6 Common Errors.

In the previous article I outlined the linguistic, psychological and humanistic elements of change management and I now plan to investigate six of the most common errors that occur in “Change Management” that I have encountered in over 30 years … Continue reading

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