Communication for Leaders: Climbing the ladder to a courageous conversation - Ally Nitschke
Overwhelm To Owning It with Ally Nitschke
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One of the most frequently asked questions I get as an Executive Leadership Coach is ‘how do I have those tough conversations?’ It never fails to amaze me that leaders struggle with communication so much when quality communication is the number one driver for staff engagement.
This season of the overwhelm to Owning it show I'll be sharing my Communication tips for business leaders and people leaders.
If you need to scrub up your communication, join me each week as we unpack another Communication technique and strategy to use straight away.
Show Objectives - The Why
Communication is one of those things that is learnt from a young age, parents waiting to hear that first word, sitting down at school to learn to read and write. We spend the first portion of life learning what words mean. When we enter the working world it’s rare that all that learning early on has taught us how to communicate in a really effective way with other adults.
Key Issues - Owner Perspective:
As business leaders, and leaders of your teams and life, it’s imperative that you’re continually looking to grow yourself, and connect with your team. It’s estimated that we avoid a conversation every 7 minutes (unreal!) which equates to approximately $104B in lost productivity every year.
What You Need to Know - The What
When it comes to communication, we all start somewhere. This week we’ll have a look at where you are now, and where you need to put your focus to improve your communication to reach Courageous Conversations.
As a leader it is your responsibility to make sure that the way you’re communicating is in a way that the person you’re communicating with likes (needs) to receive information. If you’re a leader of more than one person this means that you’ll have to continually tweak and adapt your leadership communication to make sure that it’s appropriate for the person you’re speaking with.
What You Need to Do - The How
To get started you can download our Courageous Leader Audit here.
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Previous Episode: Episode P4.02.5 - Communication for Leaders: Why we need better communication
Next Episode: Episode P4.04.5 Communication for leaders: Mastering Your Stories
Written by Ally Nitschke
Leadership Expert and Courageous Conversations Specialist, Speaker. Director of Made For More and host of the Made For More podcast. Upcoming Author - Courageous Conversations: the $104B problem you’re keeping silent on, and The Rise of The Courageous Leader
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