Canadian accused of trying to send classified naval information to China
Gesticulate Use your hands to demonstrate your message. Make hand motions and signals to establish the seriousness of your subject matter when communicating with your team members. This shows that you understand what you are trying to relay to them. Just dont let your body movement become too exaggerated and intense. 20. Be Appreciative After every communication session, via whatever means you have decided, always remember to thank your listeners for their time.
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“It is important to understand that there is more to national security investigations than focusing solely on terrorism. It is about protecting Canadian interests and taking the steps we need to protect our Canadian sovereignty.” The RCMP is not aware of any threat to public safety at this time, said Strachan. “Based on the information we gathered during the operation a decision was made to arrest the suspect yesterday and put an end to his efforts to undermine our sovereignty,” she said. “We are confident that our prompt and firm intervention has limited the damage to our collective safety and security.” Huang’s arrest is only the second such case in recent memory, the RCMP said. Jeffrey Delisle, a naval intelligence officer, was sentenced to 20 years in prison earlier this year after pleading guilty to selling classified Western intelligence to Russia during a four-year period starting in 2007. A CSIS analysis declassified in September warned that the Delisle case typifies the “insider threat” acts including espionage, unauthorized disclosure of secrets, embezzlement, sabotage and theft.
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Men and Women Communicate Differently
Give them time to complete their thought before adding yours. Break your ideas down into sizable chunks and communicate these ideas one at time, and ensure your partner understands each piece before moving on. Think bottom-line when giving details. Men can speak and listen from the heart.
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