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Jennifer Goforth Gregory

Jennifer Goforth Gregory

How to Be More Empathetic in Conversations

By Jennifer Goforth Gregory | July 8, 2015

Empathy typically isn’t a trait that springs to mind when you think of professional relationships. But Gail Gross, Ph.D., a family, relationship and child development expert and the host of the PBS radio show Let’s Talk, says empathy is the most important characteristic for relationships, whether at work or with family members or friends. “If…

Too Good at Holding Grudges? Get Better at Letting Them Go

By Jennifer Goforth Gregory | April 21, 2015

It’s easy to take rejection personally. But this often leads to holding a grudge or to frustration toward the person that turned you down—especially for salespeople, who’ll inevitably be told “no” from time to time. Holding a grudge can damage an otherwise positive relationship, but even worse, it can have negative effects on your own…

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3 Practical Tips to Become a Thought Leader

By Jennifer Goforth Gregory | September 26, 2014

You’ve most likely heard the term thought leader tossed around in conversations or even read it in this magazine. But exactly how do you become a person whose unique ideas on a subject can influence an entire industry or community? Related: 3 Life Lessons That Helped Me Become a Better Leader Dan Rockwell of the “Leadership…