First, a question: if you and your team need to effectively communicate with people every day please nod right now. That should be almost everyone, right?
The most challenging aspect of life on Earth is that we have to share it with other people and the key to navigating this is powerful communication.
Yes, you’re special and unique….and from day-to-day or even hour-to-hour you can be in very different moods or states.
And guess what – so is everyone else!
Effective communication isn’t just about what you say but how you say it and even when you say it.
Here’s what you’ll get with our workshops and keynotes:
- An understanding of the power of trust as a foundation to deeper relationships and how to foster trust.
- A deeper appreciation for your own communication and leadership style and the styles your team members use to lead.
- A rich culture of collaboration and cooperation through mutual respect and trust
There are two key components to communication:
Part. 1 Navigating the pitfalls of communicating with people whose states or moods vary is helpful and easy if you can “read” the person across from you.
I used the term “read” on purpose because you can’t necessarily deeply know the person across from you in all situations though you can at least notice when their state shifts during your interaction – if you know what to look for.
Communication is more than just words and 93% of communication is non-verbal.
Knowing what non-verbal messages are being sent can tell you when to pause, lean in for a hug or when to run for the hills!
Part 2. We are all leaders. You don’t have to be a supervisor to be a leader and leadership starts with YOU. We all have leadership traits and our personality traits are the foundation of our leadership style. Why is leadership important?
Our teams are functioning at 60% of the their full potential and that is both alarming and unnecessary. Through our workshops you’ll learn how to access your own leadership style and also learn the styles of your team members to deepen appreciation, trust and cooperation.