Talk to yourself, you often get the best answers!

Are you one of those people who talk to you, your flowers or your pet and maybe you feel it’s a little embarrassing? Stop thinking it’s embarrassing! Studies show that there is great value in talking to yourself, or to someone who is unresponsive, such as an animal or houseplant.

Listen to resolve conflicts

It is important to listen to have a greater chance of resolving conflicts. Sometimes it can be difficult, this post tells you how to do it.

Listen and learn to create a good work environment

Lay the foundation for your new, improved work environment by setting aside time for communication and listening, both leaders – employees and employees in between. One way to do that is to encourage a learning environment.

Lets talk about stress, part 1

Stress is a negatively charged word that many workplaces try not to talk about. But we at Walking Talking think it’s important to talk about stress because it can mean so many different things to different people and doesn’t have to be negative.

How to counteract involuntary loneliness in the workplace

When talking about involuntary loneliness, most people think of loneliness outside the workplace and that you spend a lot of your time alone without friends or family.
But involuntary loneliness also occurs in the workplace and can sometimes be difficult for others to detect.

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