Merrick, NY—Ah, the awkward silence. Whether it’s at the sales counter, with an employee, or in a discussion with a vendor, those moments can be stressful. We’ve all been there and of course we’d like to know how to control them. While awkward silences are not always bad (perhaps in a salary negotiation like this article describes) it’s better to feel like you have control over it in the moment. This week’s Centurion Video Series features some smart info—watch on! Image at left: gotknowhow.com
The Best Way to Handle Silence | Peter Bregman
When you don’t know why someone is silent, we hardly ever think it’s good. Watch and see ways to handle this. Click here or on the image below to watch.
5 Tips To Deal With Awkward Silence In A Conversation + Improve Your Communication Skills | SKILLOPEDIA
Five tips for working with those quiet moments. Click here or on the image below to watch.
Tip For Effective Negotiating | Karie Kaufmann
Being OK with silence will help you with your negotiating. “He who speaks next loses,” explains negotiation expert Karie Kaufman. Click here or on the image below to watch.