Relationship Roundup

Self-composure is key to relationship mastery. This week in the round up, find out how to transform natural habits and create tremendous advantages, be a seeker of opportunity, collaborate, and grow.

Male body language makeover – Getting a handle on our not so subtle body language barriers allows us to create more relationship opportunities. Learn the natural disadvantages to male body language in this Forbes article here: http://onforb.es/LRgAKS.

Being the calm in the storm — Keeping cool and composed in a crisis is one of the most challenging traits to learn if it doesn’t come naturally. Leadership expert John Baldoni shares some tips for appearing cool as a cucumber under pressure. View his SmartBrief Blog here: http://bit.ly/KEbvms.

Meeting resolutions – At times, meetings can turn manic. Knowing how to settle disputes effectively can keep the entire organization on track. Learn how consultant and coach Dana Theus helps resolve meeting disputes here: http://bit.ly/LBVMJ4.

Finding opportunity – Learning how to find the opportunity in a challenge will make you an unstoppable force at the office and in your relationships. Learn how to see what’s possible in this Harvard Business Review blog by Ron Ashkenas here: http://bit.ly/MX50LK.

Ideas wide open – Holding your great ideas close to the vest doesn’t allow for the greater opportunity to grow the idea with the input of others. Learn how to take a stance of openness in Nilofer Merchant’s Harvard Business Review blog here: http://bit.ly/M5wnc8

Kibibi Springs is myGreenlight’s Community Director.

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