Blog categorized as Effective Communication
Communication is the foundation of any good relationship, including those between business partners, employees, and customers. Effective communication helps build trust, respect, and understanding, leading to stronger, more productive relationships.
Communication touches all aspects of your Management Operating System (MOS). The MOS defines how the organization forecasts, plans, and assigns work; the structures required for effective and efficient work execution; it defines the roles of individual contributors, and leaders at all levels.
Leaders that have frequent 1:1's with their teammates improve employee engagement and achieve greater alignment between the organization's objective and individual goals.
While so many knowledge workers face the overwhelming task of being unable to keep pace with their jobs, largely caused by excessive volumes of e-communication, the only way they can fix their situation is to leave their jobs in record numbers – the great resignation.
Ask yourself: Do I believe increasing employee engagement will have a hugely beneficial impact on my business outcomes? If the answer is yes, then by all means, continue reading this newsletter.
Nothing happens without sales. No customers, no money. Have you suffered from bad hires, or not been able to attract top talent? Many sales managers can improve sales by using a more robust hiring process.
As leaders, we are bombarded with constant change and the challenges that surface as a result of the change. How we deal with these issues brought about by change determines the true value we bring to the organization.