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Start Planning for 2016

While the New Year doesn't officially start until January, for many Fall feels like a time of new beginnings. What are you doing this quarter to prepare for 2016?

While you're busy planning for next year, don't forget to set some time aside to focus on your own personal development.  What are the gaps you need to fill in to reach your goals and perform at your best? Does the image you project to the world match your intentions and career goals? 

A good place to start is a Communications Review. We will assess your strengths and needs and give you an Action Plan for strengthening your communication at work.

If you are a leader, we encourage you to complete a 360 assessment every other year. Focusing on 9 leadership competencies, our 360 will help evaluate your strengths, target areas for growth and share perceptions of direct reports, senior management or boards, peers and colleagues.

Also, if you are a global manager and fluency in English is on your list, you may want to consider one of our new Executive Bootcamps. This new program is designed to help busy executives improve their communication skills through an immersive program, tailored to your needs and skill level.

Lastly, no matter what language you speak, how you present is crucial to your success as a leader. Read this month's blog post for quick tips on opening and closing meetings.

MANAGER'S MINUTE:
PERSONAL BRANDING

Personal branding has become a popular buzzword. But, what does it really mean and why do you need it?

Watch the video to learn why personal branding is important and how to start to build yours in three steps. 

When you're ready to get started, Boston Global coaches can provide the objective guidance you need to align your actions and image.

 
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WHAT WE'RE READING
What you say is sometimes less important than how you say it. According to Janine Driver, President of the Body Language Institute, anyone can build rapport by paying attention to body language. Research shows that deliberate practice - forcing yourself to stand up straight, smiling or looking at someone straight in the eyes - can increase your confidence. Read her book, You Say More Than You Think, to learn more. 

For more specific ways to use body language to improve confidence, set-up a meeting.
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