Listening to your team. The Key to creating great results, together.
August 26, 2017 / Category: Communication
Mutual respect and the use of listening skills are both critical to a successful and productive encounter.One-on-one communication tends to be more direct by design. Without the buffer of intermediaries, a simple miscommunication can spiral out of control pretty quickly. A clear understanding between both parties is critical. Because it's more direct, the process of consensus is shorter - but it's still important to make sure each party is heard and understood. Good communication can't be rushed. Although the basics of good communication are universal regardless of the number of people involved in a conversation, group communication and individual communication do have some important differences. Being aware of these differences can maximize the healthy exchange of ideas and ensure productive conversation at all levels of an organization. And good communication is the basis of talented people creating great business results, together. Click here to read more about Power Listening. If you would like more information on effective communication with your teams– or helping your team to learn Power Listening, check out our Power Listening page, or contact us at Info@ThirdLevel.com or + 1-800-262-0705.