COMING SOON… Communication Skills That Get Results
The secret to becoming a better leader is improving your communication skills. When you think of someone you consider to be a good leader, how would you describe that person? If you are like most people, chances are you would say the person was a good communicator.
How do you know if your communication skills measure up? Ask yourself, do you…
- Get the silent treatment when you ask your team for their ideas and input?
- Get defensive when people challenge you?
- Know the #1 complaint your employees have about you?
- Wonder why people walk all over you or are afraid of you?
- Deal with constant interruptions all day long that keep you from doing your work?
- Feel like your staff meetings are a waste of time?
- Get frustrated because people ignore your emails?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many leaders just like you face these same challenges every day. The way to overcome these challenges is to become an assertive communicator. The good news is that you can develop assertive communication skills.
Being assertive doesn’t mean being bossy. The key to assertive communication is to be clear about what you want and to deliver your message in a way that makes other people want to do what you want them to do.
Leaders who develop clear, assertive communication skills are more likely to get:
- Career advancement opportunities
- More respect
- Better results
- Less conflict
- More cooperation
- Less stress
Get started today so you can become a better communicator who gets results and gets respect!
What Will I Learn?
- 4-step system to facilitate discussion and get constructive input every time.
- You will learn a super-secret trick for not getting defensive when people challenge you.
- You will find out what the #1 complaint people have about their manager is and how you can make sure your team can’t say it about you!
- You will learn how to be an assertive communicator, not passive or aggressive.
- Discover methods for keeping track of your team without micro-managing
- How to have more effective meetings that aren’t a waste of time
- The 2 questions to ask yourself that will immediately improve your business writing