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The Power of Eye Contact during communication

  It’s an old saying that “the eyes are the windows to the soul,” because it’s usually easy to inform what an individual is feeling by looking into their eyes. Eye contact is a very important part of nonverbal communication. Maintaining eye contact during a conversation gives the impression that you are paying attention to the other person. Understanding the message that you simply are sending through eye contact is vital to improving communication. Keeping eye contact with the person you are lecture indicates interest and saying to the person “You are important and that I am listening”. Why eye contact is important are: ·       Eye contact signals attention - If you’ve ever spoken to someone who didn't in the least checks out you while you were speaking, you recognize how irritating it seems. It clearly signals you that the opposite a person isn't in the least curious about you and what you've got to mention. In short, chatting with someone who doesn't check ou

How to adapt HR policies for remote work female employees?

  Work from home has hazy restrictions between the office and home, Work from Home (WFH) has opened new opportunities for some women who can now take benefit of flexi-hours, it has also dropped productivity and directed to loss of employment for some women. The lack of day-care options is imposing many women to choose between going to work and babysitting their children.   The HR policies form the demanding spine of an organizational culture that disengages the modern woman, even as the organization struggles to recognize why it cannot meet gender diversity workforce goals, has difficulty with recruiting and hiring talented and skilled women, and is challenged with low female employee retention rates. Women are often trapped between two conflicting worlds. First one – she is regarded as the talent for career success and managing work and family. Second – she is criticized for rejecting her children as a full-time mother to pursue a career. So, the capability to achieve work-lif

Effective internal communication

Why it’s more important than ever?   Building an effective internal communication policy is a great idea to make the workplace more collaborative, engaged, and productive. Internal communication has a straight impact on the business’s success. Whether it is growing a small or a large business.   Internal communication is all about communication between Top Management, Management, and employees. The way management communicates with the employees has an incredible effect on their productivity, teamwork, employee experience, and finally employee engagement.   Why your internal communication should be your top priority? What are the challenges that most businesses are facing?   A.   Open and transparent communication is a great way to make sure your employees understand the company’s mission statement and everyone is associated with the company’s values.     Internal communication affects business in so many different ways including:   ·       Day-to-day operations

Interpersonal skills are often referred to as social intelligence

Interpersonal skills are one of the core career development tools. Whether you are a manager, entrepreneur, and looking for a job. Interpersonal skills are important for communication and relationship success. Interpersonal skills are the basis for success in life. People with strong interpersonal skills incline to be able to work well with other people, in professional life as well as personal life. They communicate effectively with others, whether customers, colleagues, friends, and family. They maintain better relationships at work and at home.   Interpersonal skills are often referred to as social skills, people skills, soft skills. The skills which we use to communicate and interact with other people. What are the interpersonal skills? Interpersonal skills are also known as people skills or soft skills, how well you communicate, interact, and relate to others. Someone with extraordinary interpersonal skills might be said to have a high PQ for interpersonal intelligence