Do you want more real connections as well?

Zilvold Coaching & Training BLOG Connections

Summary: In November 2018 it is estimated that we are with 7.7 billion people on this planet. Maybe you did not know it yet, but we are all connected to each other. This article is about how you can become more aware of the connection you have with others so that you can communicate more…

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ONE Tip for Better Collaboration

Summary: This article is especially for teams who want to work together more effectively. For teams who want to improve the quality of collaboration on the workplace and want to start a dialogue with one another. The article describes the Everything DiSC Workplace® profile and how that can help teams and individuals to effective relationships….

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Do you find it hard to say “NO”?

Zilvold Coaching & Training BLOg on NO

Summary: This article explains why we find it hard to decline something and it gives you some techniques to help you make it easier to say “NO”. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. I used to have a hard time saying “NO” to my colleagues, boss, clients and friends. I must admit, I still find it not easy…

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Make your Conflicts Productive!

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Summary: Although conflicts are inevitable in working and professional relationships, we tend to avoid them. This article is about the DISC productive conflict. It can help you to get insight on how you deal with conflicts more productively and effectively. The results are that you can get control over your own emotions and that you…

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HOW you say Things

Summary: This article is about the Process Communication Model®. A model based on 6 different types of communication (personality types) within us, that can be used to manage stress, to communicate more effectively with others in harmony as you tune-in to the world of someone else. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. Last week I was on a…

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