What do Non-Verbal Cues Have to Do With Communication

There is more to communication than talking. When leading a meeting, speaking to a group, or interacting one-on-one, pay close attention to the other person’s body language and voice tone, Price says. ‘Listen with your eyes. Their nonverbal cues can tell you when they have a question, want to say something, agree or disagree, need… Read more »

Start Each Day with a Clean Slate

How do you start your work day? The first few hours of your day sets the tone and your attitude, it is critical for directing (or derailing) your focus — and helping you achieve better results! You may have to attend to projects or discussions that rolled over from the previous afternoon — Consider first… Read more »

Shred That!

By Dave Pagenkopf Personal security and privacy are often areas of our lives we would like to be more diligent about. Now is a great time to refresh our goals and tune up those areas!  Don’t be overwhelmed… From August 1 – 10, I am sharing 10 ideas to tune up your personal online privacy… Read more »

Using Two Browsers for Online Security

By Dave Pagenkopf Personal security and privacy are often areas of our lives we would like to be more diligent about. Now is a great time to refresh our goals and tune up those areas!  Don’t be overwhelmed… From August 1 – 10, I am sharing 10 ideas to tune up your personal online privacy… Read more »

What You Should Know About Auto-Connecting to WiFi With Your Mobile Device

By Dave Pagenkopf Personal security and privacy are often areas of our lives we would like to be more diligent about. Now is a great time to refresh our goals and tune up those areas!  Don’t be overwhelmed… From August 1 – 10, I am sharing 10 ideas to tune up your personal online privacy… Read more »

Online Security – Change the Admin Account

By Dave Pagenkopf Personal security and privacy are often areas of our lives we would like to be more diligent about. Now is a great time to refresh our goals and tune up those areas!  Don’t be overwhelmed… Over the next 10 days I am going to share 10 ideas to tune up your privacy… Read more »

Competent Leadership – One Tidbit

Giving Productive Feedback Be positive. Give at least as much positive feedback as you do negative. Positive feedback stimulates the reward centers in the brain, leaving the recipient open to taking new direction. Meanwhile, negative feedback indicates that an adjustment needs to be made and the threat response turns on and defensiveness sets in. You… Read more »

When In Doubt, Delete It!

By Dave Pagenkopf Personal online security and privacy are often areas of our lives we would like to be more diligent about. Now is a great time to refresh our goals and tune up those areas!  Don’t be overwhelmed… From August 1 – 10, I’m sharing ideas to tune up your personal privacy and computer… Read more »

Routers: Renting vs. Buying for Online Security

By Dave Pagenkopf Personal online security and privacy are often areas of our lives we would like to be more diligent about. Now is a great time to refresh our goals and tune up those areas!  Don’t be overwhelmed… From August 1 – 10, I’m sharing ideas to tune up your online privacy and computer… Read more »

Financial Notifications for Your Online Security

By Dave Pagenkopf I was victim of credit card fraud three times with my card number stolen at Home Depot, Target, and an online concert ticketing site. Although my credit card company made me whole every time, it was a hassle to get all my automatic payments updated with the replacement card. What if that… Read more »