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Dominance thinking getting in the way...

Daily I am confronted by the pervasiveness of dominance theory as a describer of canine behaviour problems. As an explanation for canine behaviour it befuddles clients with advice like not letting dogs go through doorways first, getting them off high vantage spots like couches or beds and insisting owners take stuff from their dogs. 486 more words

Listen up! The unspoken part of a conversation.

Fifty percent of all communication involves listening. Knowing how to listen well can improve your communication skills and relationships. I talk a lot, too much sometimes, but I also make an effort to ensure I listen and ask questions as much as I talk. 526 more words



“Leaders are born but not made” is what one half of the world says while the other half says, “Leaders are made, not born”. Every person has leadership qualities present but not everyone gets the opportunity to showcase them. 594 more words


Online Publicity

An important part of public relations is publicity.  Publicity in its simplest form is the means of conveying information to the general public through the media.   528 more words

Public Relations

Encourage Kids to be Problem Solvers

Your child looks upto you for all his needs, including emotional, mental and psychological ones. Being able to adapt, having a healthy approach to problems and staying calm through it all are positive traits of good parent-child harmony. 575 more words


Check mate! It's strategy for the win in a tough discussion.

It took me a little longer than expected to get to the conflict management series finale. There are links to the first three at the bottom of this post. 1,112 more words


Positive Communication

When treating dogs with behavioural issues it is important for caregivers to understand the importance of developing positive communication. Effective communication results in a pet that has some control and predictability in their lives. 479 more words