The most important part of communication is hearing what isn’t being said. During conversations, pay close attention to what body language is saying.
The Silent Communication
Anticipate QuestionsCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
In preparation for an employee forum, consider sending out a request for questions from employees beforehand. Doing so will...
Planned CommunicationCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Pre-planning for conversations with employees is the sign of a high-performing leader. Preparation is necessary for identifying a clear...
Build Message Consistency with RepetitionMary Stackhouse, , 0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SG_cAIDMPVs&feature=youtu.be Reflection Activity View Video Transcript Reflection Activity Reflect as you watch: Think about your reactions to change. Do...
Communicate Effectively Using the Execution TriangleMary Stackhouse, , 0
Leverage the Execution Triangle Execution is a must in order for our organizations to reach goals. Lack of execution...
Be Open to FeedbackCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Thank your colleague who cares enough to speak up and provide you with feedback. Feedback is a caring gesture...
Displaying DataCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
One caution for the results report and the sharing of the data would be to give careful thought to...
Clarify CommunicationCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
To be clear you received accurate information, always communicate back what you heard.