Business Thrives on Interaction: by Ally Yates

Thursday, July 13, 2017
posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:45 AM IST

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Business thrives on interaction, whether we’re at meetings, making presentations, coaching, or simply chatting with colleagues. Our work is increasingly team-based, a point underlined by a recent Harvard study which found collaborative activities making up more than 50% of work in business environments. There’s good reason for this, since teams and groups achieve better results than the lone genius (see James Surowiecki: The Wisdom of Crowds). Outside the world of work, team-focused learning is increasingly taking hold as the organizational model for universities, requiring students to better understand their own behaviors as well as those of their peers.

Ally Yates in her book, Utter Confidence: How what you say and do influences your effectiveness in business

Utter Confidence

Ally explores ideas that will help you change your behavior so that you can increase your effectiveness and also achieve more success. How does she do that? By explaining practical ideas, based on 30 years of her experiences in the corporate world.

Ally doesn’t give vague instructions–she tells you exactly what you need to do, and also what you need to say.

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