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Leadership Communications

10 simple ways to improve your virtual meetings

by Pete Taft on March 28, 2019
Running a crisp, clear meeting is the sign of a good leader. Want to improve the way you handle meetings? These tips will help.
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Communication Traits of Great Leaders

by Ted Deutsch on October 18, 2018
It’s no surprise that great leaders are often great communicators. Communicating isn't an inherent skill, but anyone can become a strong communicator — if he or she is willing to work at it....
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Pete Taft Honored With NJBIZ ICON Award

by Taft Comms on August 22, 2018
NJBIZ will recognize Pete Taft's leadership in business and the community by naming him an ICON Award winner, an honor the publication grants to business leaders over the age of 60 who have...
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To Be a Leader, Just Act Like One

by Ted Deutsch on June 20, 2018
It’s not your personality or your title that makes you a leader. It’s the choices that you make. And the idea that leadership itself is a choice means it’s a set of behaviors that we can...
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10 WebEx tips to manage conference calls & meetings

by Sheila Cort on April 19, 2018
We’ve all been on conference calls or WebEx meetings where participants are speaking over one another, questions and comments lead to off-topic conversations or that run over the allotted...
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Who Needs a Communications Coach?

by Sheila Cort on March 29, 2018
Communications is an art, but it’s backed by scientific research on tone, inflection, body language, and so much more. And, because it is an art, practice is what gets you from good to great.
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New Leadership Communications Firm Launched

by Taft Comms on December 6, 2013
Lawrenceville, NJ (December 5, 2013)—Taft Communications, an award-winning marketing communications firm based near Princeton, New Jersey, is proud to announce the launch of ClearPoint, a new...
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