Vol. 2018, No. 10
C’mon, improve your communication at work! You know you need to.
Communicating is similar to breathing air: yes, we need to do it so that we can do everything else we want to do, but we don’t usually think about it too much. So if someone suggests to you that you should improve the way you breathe, a natural response might be to brush it off sarcastically and say, I’ve been breathing air my whole life—I think I know how to do it!
Here’s the thing: just because we do something all the time doesn’t mean we do it well. And even though most people understand that they communicate all the time and even acknowledge the importance of communication, they aren’t sure they’re willing to do very much about improving how they communicate. Why? Discomfort and fear. Read more
Until next time,