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Darlene Price

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Well Said , Inc.

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Well Said , Inc.

P.O. Box 888346

Atlanta, Georgia,30356

United States

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How to do a performance review - Business Insider

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"As an effective leader, choose to make the review process a positive learning experience and let your main objective be the growth and development of your people," says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc., and author of "Well Said!
Presentations and Conversations That Get Results." She says that the risks of not communicating clearly with your employees are another year of underperformance, mediocre results, low morale, and possibly your employees quitting their jobs. Follow up by adding more positives from your perspective, Price says. "Use a variety of descriptive action verbs. Price suggests you encourage the employee to develop their own plan for improvement (versus telling him or her what to do). This way, she says, you empower them to take ownership of the process, and they will be more motivated to change. Next you'll want to communicate your clear expectation for improvement, and ask for a commitment, says Price. Remind him you have an open-door policy so that they may contact you with concerns or issues right away," says Price. "Communicate to your employee that you appreciate their efforts and talent, encourage them to use the feedback to their benefit, and express that you believe in their potential to grow and develop as a professional," she says.


Here's How Your Clothing Affects Your Success - Company news - Weihai Fuquan Import&Export Co., Ltd

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"Let's be clear: In the big picture of ultimate reality, what you wear neither defines who you are as a person nor determines your value as a human being," says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc., and author of "Well Said!
Presentations and Conversations That Get Results. "However, in the temporal realm of mere mortals, fair or not, people judge us by the way we look and that includes the way we dress. Especially in the workplace, clothing significantly influences how others perceive you and how they respond toward you, she says.


Archive: 2016 March - The Hire Solution

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Darlene Price, a communications coach and president of Well Said, Inc., provides these tips


Ten Phrases That Should Be Banned From the Workplace Forever - Women In Business & Industry

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Darlene Price, author of the book Well Said!
Darlene Price Darlene Price, author About the Author Darlene Price is President and Founder of Well Said, Inc., a training and consulting firm specializing in high-impact presentations and effective communication. As a 20-year veteran of the speech communication training field, Darlene has personally coached over 5,000 business professionals on the art of effective presentations and interpersonal communication. She has presented to audiences across six continents and coached the chief officers and senior leaders in more than half of the Fortune 100 companies. In addition, her work as a corporate spokesperson has earned her seventeen industry honors including one Emmy Award and nine Telly Awards. Darlene recently authored Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results. She's also written over 20 training manuals and co-authored a book with Stephen Covey and Brian Tracy entitled Speaking of Success: World Class Experts Share Their Secrets. Darlene earned Bachelor of Science Degrees in Marketing and Speech Communications from Appalachian State University in Darlene is a supporting member of National Speakers Association, International Coach Federation, American Society of Training & Development, International Association of Facilitators, Toastmasters International, the Screen Actors Guild, and Optimist International. She lives in


Buzzwords | ExecutiveSurf

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Darlene Price, president of Well Said Inc, says that most business language clichés were once a fresh and creative way of expressing a popular thought or idea; but through overuse, they have become annoying tropes that have lost their originality, impact and meaning.


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