Decision Fatigue Is Compromising Your Effectiveness!

Speak Fearlessly
Fourth Quarter 2015
One of the best ways to persuade others is with your ears, by listening to them.
 – Dean Rusk

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  In this issue:

  1. Decision Fatigue Is Compromising Your Effectiveness!  (reading time 4 minutes)
  2. Upcoming Workshops (reading time 3 minutes)
  3. Sympathy vs. Empathy: Which helps build connection? (reading time 4 minutes)

Decision Fatigue Is Compromising Your Effectiveness!

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It turns out that you are FAR more likely to make good decisions (or even make them at all) early in the day and just after lunch.

I came across this piece recently but it was published in The New York Times Magazine back in August 2011.

The piece opens with a story about 3 Israeli prisoners with similar situations who were appearing before a parole board.

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November 11-12, 2015: Complete Communicator with Terry Gault

December 10-11, 2015:  Art of Presentation with Terry Gault

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Sympathy vs. Empathy: Which helps build connection?

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The Henderson Group delivers several workshops focused on creating dialogues with customers, partners, co-workers, family and friends.
In all of them, the distinction between Empathy and Sympathy is important.  One helps build connection, rapport and trust.  The other creates disconnect and, possibly, resentment. This 2:53 video by Brene Brown reveals which works … and which doesn’t.

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