“How to Get Along Better With Co-Workers”in Just 4-minutes

They say everyone gets 15-minutes of fame.

If that’s true I have 11-minutes and 51-seconds remaining.

That’s because last Friday FOX Business News “The Willis Report” interviewed me LIVE on national TV.

The topic “how to get along better with co-workers.”

Tough to explain all the issues in just 4-minutes and 9-seconds, but I think I did pretty well.

Check out the video and let me know what you think:

Then, after watching, leave a comment below.

11 thoughts on ““How to Get Along Better With Co-Workers”in Just 4-minutes

  1. Sally Fox says:

    Great job, Skip! I think you covered a huge amount of ground in very little time, and gained more fans in the process.
    I’m forwarding it to my new boss.

  2. Skip Weisman, Workplace Communication Expert says:

    Thanks! I was sort of expecting it from a FOX host, although I was expecting Gerri Willis who, from my watching the show in advance for preparation, seems as though her style would have been less so than Dennis’.

  3. Skip Weisman, Workplace Communication Expert says:

    Thanks for the kind comments, Sally, 4 minutes goes fast! Especially when the host does half of the talking.
    And, thanks for referring me.

  4. Peter O'Driscoll says:

    Your composure and ability to articulate great responses to questions that jumped around the place was excellent. Well done.

  5. Skip Weisman, Workplace Communication Expert says:

    Peter,
    Thanks, so much! I’m pleased you thought I was composed and articulated points well. It was fun, I really enjoyed the experience.

  6. Jonathan Glaser says:

    Skip – you were exceptional and delivered so well with someone who really couldn’t stop talking and did so little listening to you. Great job!

  7. Babita says:

    Hello Skip,

    I watched the video, liked it very much. It is to the point, and concise.

    Thanks again,
    Babita

  8. Skip Weisman, Workplace Communication Expert says:

    Thanks, for watching the video Babita and for your positive reinforcement. Can’t wait for that next opportunity so I can get even better!
    Skip

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