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We’re updating this site to help you get the information you’re looking for with minimal fuss. Right now, you’ll see my (Fiona Prince) reflections below. The menu bar above contains links to coaching, facilitation, and teaching services. Feel free to sign-up for Communication Tips and contact me with your questions about how to improve workplace communications.
These tips and the story that follows are based on my experiences and how I apply what I know about Keirsey Temperament Theory to social occasions. Although I am known for generally being cheerful and upbeat, I'm not perfect, and sometimes I'm the one who snaps at...read more
Did you know that we cannot NOT communicate? Communication is inevitable. Think about that for a moment. No matter where you are or what you are doing, if other people are present you are communicating with or to them. What is the difference between with and to? When...read more
Does your message get lost in your vocabulary? I'm not embarrassed to say when I don't understand what someone is saying, or what they have written. If I don't understand what I read, then the writer hasn't communicated with me; they haven't shared their ideas in a...read more
In the early 1990s I worked in the Information Technology Library for the Provincial Government. The internet was still in it's infancy and email as we know it now didn't exist. We had some cumbersome interoffice email systems that didn't communicate with each other....read more
Everywhere you look - in bookstores, in newspapers, in magazines and online -- you'll find advice on how to build strong business relationships. What if all the advice we get about how to build business relationships is coming from a temperament that's opposite from...read more
One of the things I've learned is how important it is for us to know our key messages...not just the words we say, but our beliefs and values that lie behind them. It's important to know these because reporters, journalists, interviewers, listeners and TV viewers can...read more