Tag: communication

Transparent Communication


Do you have any favorite sayings or words you frequently use or have made up to reference something? I find that there are a few words that I commonly use to help reference or summarize concepts. I hear others using the words, so thought I would share a few in

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Communication is challenging. We can argue, “No it isn’t, I communicate clearly, it is others who do not understand.”

That is exactly why communication is challenging. We tend to think the world thinks like us and when they don’t, we feel frustrated and often BLAME others for their lack of understanding.

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Keep Your Stakeholders in the Loop

Communication is important. As a leader communication is critical. In a world with lots of messages, distractions, and information it is important to consider what communication strategies are most useful and helpful to reach the people you need to connect with. Here are 14 tips from Coaches at the Forbes Coaches Council. Which is one you do and love? Which is one you want to start doing?

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Communication Is More Than Words

Body language matters. When your body message is congruent with your word message, it builds trust and clarity. When there is a lack of congruence it creates confusion, question, and skepticism. It isn’t about mind-reading or projecting thoughts and messages on people, rather, our bodies often talk louder than our words. Our words are often filtered by social graces, our ego, how we want or need to be seen, fears, distrust of others, or emotions stirring inside. There are many different things that affect what is happening INSIDE of us and what we SAY in our WORDS.

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Communicating to Connect and be Heard

Do you ever feel you are working hard to communicate, but your message does not seem to be heard or understood? Do you feel it seems people are listening but not processing or engaging? Do you feel like you have been communicating for years and thought you were pretty good

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