nonverbal communication

5 key elements to nonverbal communication

by Lee Hopkins on February 28, 2013

in book review,clippings

Entitled, “The Five Key Elements to Nonverbal Communication in Business” it covers, well, five key components for good nonverbal communication.

Body language for leaders

by Lee Hopkins on August 15, 2012 · 1 comment

in clippings,nonverbal communication

My friend Carol Kinsey Goman has written a number of great books on body language. Her latest, The Silent Language of Leaders: How Body Language Can Help—or Hurt—How You Lead, is a cracker of a book. Carol has recently written a great article over on my articles website, Body language will make or break future […]

New articles on business communication

by Lee Hopkins on March 24, 2009

in clippings

I’ve just posted some new articles over at my business communication articles website. Enjoy!

Hocus pocus, free speech in focus

by Lee Hopkins on March 12, 2008 · 40 comments

in marketing

Via the PRNewsChannel comes word that a website’s owner, who lives in France, is being sued by an Oregon man via the Oregon judicial system over what may have several implications for ‘freedom of speech’. Founded in 2002, Signs of The Times is an alternative news research resource and news analysis site. Its founder, Laura […]

 “The place behind the old church in Puteaux, along the quai de Seine (Quai de Dion Bouton), has been beautifully restored and all the facades of buildings that overlook the square was painted in trompe l’oeil. Order at the moment the place is not open to the public, which is a great pity. It is […]

Karoline Hausted + piano = sublime

by Lee Hopkins on December 18, 2007

in miscellaneous

Courtesy of my learned colleague and great friend Allan Jenkins comes sublime music from a friend of his. Karoline Hausted has popped three songs up on her MySpace page and they are gorgeous. Quiet, haunting, lilting… the perfect accompaniment to thinking, blogging, and nursing a glass of ‘perspective and coke’… Wonderful. Let’s hope she: allows […]

What speaker agencies exist in Australia?

by Lee Hopkins on November 9, 2007 · 2 comments

in marketing

  I am a complete novice at this line of promotion, but my North American colleagues are exceptionally well versed in it. For example, Carol Kinsey Goman has a new book coming out in May 2008 (on body language in the workplace) and she is looking for opportunities to speak and promote it, Australia being […]

Looksy, it’s Gen C

by Lee Hopkins on October 27, 2007

in marketing

My NZ colleague and all-round good guy Simon Young was delighted when I recently posted about ‘Gen C’. It turns out that Simon is involved with, an idea portal for all things Gen C. Wandering through their blog, as one is apt to do, I stumbled across a few juicy quotes: “The typical kid […]

Your reputation is what google says it is

by Lee Hopkins on October 25, 2007 · 8 comments

in Uncategorized

UPDATE: Paull Young and Jeremy Pepper have both contributed to this meme, all of us independently of each other but scarily (or as Paull would say, as another example of Twitternicity) all at the same time. Paull: Top 3 Reputation TipsJeremy: Reputation – both corporate and personal   My good friend Allan Jenkins has long […]

Sound Strategies: one to watch (or listen to)

by Lee Hopkins on September 4, 2007 · 2 comments

in marketing

Courtesy of a friendship link request in Melcrum’s Communicators Network I have been delighted to find Ronna Porter and her company Sound Strategies. The opening flash splash is great: short, sharp and VERY to the point. Make sure your speakers are ‘on’ before you visit the site. It’s a treat and really makes you think. […]