Vol. 2017, No. 18
If good communication means good business...
...then the opposite is also likely true.
When I work with clients to debrief their leadership assessments, 9 out of 10 times they identify communication as one of the competencies that they most need to improve as professionals. And as important as they acknowledge communication to be, when they're in the heat of the battle at work, they admit it's one of the first competencies they neglect putting into practice as leaders. They'll say, "We don't have time for communication—we have to concentrate on executing.”
What they're forgetting is that poor communication is why most things fall apart. Read more.
Until Next week,