Ever find yourself wishing you hadn’t hit the “send” button? Almost everyone has hastily sent out an email that’s created a time-consuming, needless chain reaction of events. That’s because many people struggle to communicate effectively in this medium.
What’s one commonality among the world’s greatest leaders? They are master communicators, and especially in times of crisis. To move your company toward recovery, all leaders must learn to master the art of communication.
Commitments are sacred. And the bigger the commitments, the more sacred they seem to be. Like a number of other vital leadership traits, honoring commitments is a high-impact activity that can make or break leadership credibility.
Have you ever thought about how you demonstrate our appreciation for those at work? Like loved ones and family members, the people in your work environment thrive when they feel that you support and encourage them.
Credibility can be built in countless ways, but consensus comes down to a genuine trust in your leadership. Here are three strategies for creating consensus.
When that need to be right drives decision-making and becomes a consistent source of conflict, it mistakenly becomes a focus, which can hurt your credibility as a leader and negatively impact team members. Here’s how to focus on what (not who) is right.
Effective communication is vital to the success of your organization. Get this aspect of your business wrong, and your leadership, your people, and your organization will have problems.
According to an Interact/Harris Poll, 91% of employees say communication issues prevent effective leadership. Here are three ways to improve your communication.
To be an effective leader, you need to be an effective communicator. Learn how to express differences in ways that are positive and productive.
Difficult conversations are inevitable. Don’t fear them, but learn how to navigate them with as much grace and tact as possible.