‘Three o’clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do’, said Jean-Paul Sartre. Resonates well with the baby boomers, all the way till the Gen Z’s, doesn’t it? Sartre knows best.
Picture this. Soft jazz music. A mug of hot chocolate. Seated comfortably in a recliner, in your jammies. You and your laptop are ticking off tasks one after the other when your mom or your partner call you for lunch. Nice. Hot. Food. Serene.
When we think of public speaking the first thing that comes to mind is a well-lit stage with a mic and a jam-packed room of staring faces. Since 2020, we are in a world that we never thought we would be in.
Research shows that the ability to resolve disagreements in the proper manner can help result in positive relationships in the workplace and improve mutual respect.