Test aims to assess what students learn in college - Judith Glaser, workplace and productivity expert, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday," to explain the value of this new test and why employers want it.
What makes a conversation successful? – Psychologist Bernardo Carducci, director of the Shyness Research Institute at Indiana University Southeast and Judith Glaser, CEO of Benchmark Communications and author of "Conversational Intelligence," discusses how to learn the appropriate skills.
Your Brain is Addicted to Being Right - You may not want to admit this about yourself, but many people are addicted to being right. It can be seen as an off-putting character trait, but the good news is you can retrain your brain to be rid of the compulsion.
"Vacation" from email helps worker productivity: Study – Ever cower at the number of unread messages in your work email inbox? Jeff Glor and Rebecca Jarvis talk with workplace and productivity expert Judith Glaser, CEO and founder of Benchmark Communications, about techniques to tackle your emails.
Male bosses' marriages affecting female workers? – A new study indicates a link between bosses and the mistreatment of their female subordinates - the bosses' wives. Rebecca Jarvis and Jeff Glor speak with Benchmark Communications CEO and founder Judith Glaser about the possible connection.
Judith E. Glaser, Chairman of The Creating WE Institute and CEO of Benchmark Communications, Inc., has been honored by Leadership Excellence 500 as one of 2014’s top 15 consultants, coaches and organizational practitioners in the country known for their thought leadership in the development of leadership in organizations globally. Judith was ranked as the top woman in this category. Read More
Culture transformation is an advanced leadership skill everyone can learn!
Culture transformation is an advanced leadership skill. The primary way to change a culture is to use your conversational intelligence to create an environment that infuses energy and commitment into relationships, teams and the whole organization. Too often we get stuck in habit patterns of talking about but not creating change.
To create change, courageous leaders jump in and embrace the process as an opportunity. They also create the space for open communication and collaboration with their teams. In the previous three steps, you learned to recognize and release old baggage filled with toxic experiences that negatively undermine and denigrate relationships, and replace them with new meanings that positively uplift and inspire relationships — empowering a new sense of optimism and effectiveness.
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by Judith E. Glaser | February 28, 2013
The #1 most read blog post on the Harvard Business Review in March of 2013
I'm sure it's happened to you: You're in a tense team meeting trying to defend your position on a big project and start to feel yourself losing ground. Your voice gets louder. You talk over one of your colleagues and correct his point of view. He pushes back, so you go into overdrive to convince everyone you're right. It feels like an out of body experience — and in many ways it is. In terms of its neurochemistry, your brain has been hijacked.Read More