The Dying Art of Face-to-Face Communication

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Take a moment to think about the quality of your conversations. With technology so entwined in daily life, it’s easy to neglect holding actual conversations. Have you ever sat on a train or other public space and noticed just how many people constantly stare into their phones? According to Nielsen, American adults spend half their day looking at media.

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How Coaching Helps Overcome the Most Common Hurdle to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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