You have an opportunity to share in just a few words, why your company is so successful. Would you miss the opportunity to get across your value?
My days are spent coaching people in tough situations on how to deal with scenarios such as approaching their supervisors or coworkers to give constructive feedback. It's easy to tell other people how to do things though, right? When it comes to actually following our own advice, we detour and justify our situations as "different" and "not the same".
Here is what an interviewer doesn't want to hear: Now, let's take the same experience and say it in a way that's music to
2. Take on a life changing habit and ask them to join you and help you. Examples are: Help me... a. Avoid the negative past
At the core of the fatigue we suffer is lost momentum. When you turn this loss around, you can go from stressed-out to refreshed and from depleted to energized. Think about applying one or all of these three simple steps to feel more relaxed when you communicate.
It is no secret that effective leadership requires strong listening skills. However, most of us are never taught how to listen to understand.
3. Ask open, curious questions: These questions begin with 'how', 'who', 'what', 'where', 'when', 'why' and are questions
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I was once a TELLaholic. I loved to tell everyone what to do. I was a sergeant major with my kids, directing them to do everything. They never had to think for themselves; my husband, likewise.
Being a pioneer has many rewards; some tangible and some equally wonderful intangible ones. The benefits spread much wider than we can ever imagine. And what about you? What difficult communication challenge are you facing? Can you find the common ground to break through to the collaboration?