Everyone Communicates, Few Connect
We show leaders how to get the message across by building a bridge to others. Cultivating relationships is every bit as important to effective communication as crafting the message. The insightful principles are critical to understand if you desire to forge a lasting bond with those around you. Whether applied in private conversations or public speeches, connecting practices will give you the edge as a leader.
In this lunch and learn series you will discover and discuss the concept that when leaders connect with their people, the results are magical.
The sessions include:
- Connection inspires trust, motivates hard work, and generates positive momentum.
- If you want to communicate with others, you have to get over yourself.
As a communicator, nothing can happen through you until it happens in you.
- To make a connection, a leader must expend energy to step toward the audience both relationally and emotionally.
- Becoming a connecting communicator is a process.
- When attempting to bridge a communication gap, don’t start the process by giving your opinions.
- Simplification is a skill and it’s necessary if you want to get through when you communicate.
- If you want to connect with another person, you have to be interesting.
- Leaders set the tone in an organization by how they approach their work and how they approach their people.
Credible communicators walk the talk.