When interacting with customers, people at work, and family members, you want to communicate with them in the style or communication language they process and understand.
When we meet with potential clients, the first thing we hear is, “If we could all just communicate effectively, we could accomplish anything!”
Employee motivation is one of the most common leadership skill leaders struggle with.
Have you ever presented a potentially unpopular idea to your team, and the reaction you received across the board was, “this will never work!”?
In today’s competitive world, an organization that is successful is a learning organization—they invest in employee engagement and in leadership development.
In our leadership development training, we often ask participants: “If I had a concern about your participation in this session, would you want me to come to you directly and tell you about it, or would you rather I go tell your boss?”
Here are the top 10 leadership skills of great leaders.
This week think about one characteristic or trait that you habitually do that creates a barrier to your leadership skills.
What is the real purpose of a leader? To control a situation? To prevent “people problems”? To resolve issues?
Over the last few months have you noticed a lack of communication skills between people at work?