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Crucial Skills Research

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VitalSmarts products and services are built on more than thirty years of research. To continue our rich legacy of research-based solutions, we regularly conduct studies that explore current trends affecting communication and human behavior at work and at home. See what we have discovered.

Industry Focus: Health Care

Silence Kills

Only 10 percent of doctors and nurses speak up when they see colleagues make mistakes. This study outlines the seven crucial conversations health care professionals should hold to improve patient safety, employee morale, and staff turnover. read more...

Patient Experience

New survey reveals most patients uncomfortable confronting medical personnel

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Personal Relationship

When Bad Relatives Happen to Good People
Four out of five people say holiday gatherings have been disrupted by unruly family members
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Weapons of Mass Discussion
77 percent of Americans think it's impossible to candidly discuss politics
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Public Displays of Insensitivity (PDIs): Why America Lacks Digital Manners
Survey reveals 91 percent regularly encounter PDIs caused by the use of personal digital assistants, and yet only one in ten people speak up to PDI offenders.
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Crucial Conversations about Drugs with Teens
Survey says most parents don’t discuss drugs with their teens.
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Holiday Finances
Survey reveals 60 percent live with a squandering spouse, yet 78 percent stay mum
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Weighty Crucial Conversations with Your Child
Sixty-six percent of parents are unwilling to speak up and talk openly about their child’s weight.
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