It says in the rules, if you quit prematurely you are losing your entitlement to prizes.Diplomacy wrote:More players have come a long way. The rules have been applied inconsequently however (GoodSpeed did not receive a DQ while he quit at the same time, see here). Both GoodSpeed and H2O reached the semi-finals legitimately, so why is H2O's prize money floated to the pot? And what will happen with GoodSpeed's prize money?Goldenwonder wrote:both of these players have a come a long way and will create a fantastic series.
Did they take your $100 too???samuellell wrote:fuck the finals and give the prizemoney to the man who won the betting tourney!
Bart for next tourney host!bart331 wrote:I wud advise chicks to take small amount of the total tournament pot and invest it in a "listening course"
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Listening to Improve Leadership
Have you received feedback that you are not listening well enough? To be an effective communicator, you have to be more than just a good speaker; you also need to be a good listener. Listeners have as much or more control over communication as do speakers.
This program teaches strategies for skillful listening in a variety of workplace situations.
Who will benefit
Professionals (Lawyers, Engineers) in service industries
Anyone who wants to strengthen his/her ability to listen
Anyone who sells to clients or in customer relationships
Anyone who supervises others
Anyone who works in a team
You will learn how to
Self assess your listening abilities
Improve relationships, trust, and commitment
Identify barriers to listening
Recognize the non-verbal components of listening
Suspend self interest and focus on the speaker
Paraphrase and clarify the message
Reflect and empathize with the speaker
Probe with a variety of questions
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