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A leadership and communications development consultant, speaker, and author, David Grossman is one of America's foremost authorities on communication inside organizations
A leadership and communications development consultant, speaker, and author, David Grossman is one of America's foremost authorities on communication inside organizations

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[New Post] Dimensions to Assess in Your Communications

Since communication is a system, to assess its health and effectiveness you need to understand multiple components, and how they work (or don’t work) together to help drive employee engagement and performance. Here are many of the most common dimensions to measure when assessing your communications.

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#InternalComms #EmployeeEngagement #DataDrivenDecisions #CommunicationsAssessment #Comms
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[New #WeeklyRoundUp] Become a Big League Leader, Remaking Company Culture, 10 Employee Engagement Comms Essentials, How Effective Communication Begins, & Stimulate Mastery with Performance Feedback

This week's round-up features recent articles on how to move up from a little league leader to a Big League Leader, how remake a biased company culture, 10 communication essentials for employee engagement, how to encourage employee mastery with performance feedback loops, and more.

http://bit.ly/2NfpZou

#Leadership #CompanyCulture #EmployeeEngagement #Communication #Performance #Feedback
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[New Post] The One Thing Only Leaders Can Provide

At a recent leadership team meeting, a senior leader shared an insight that resonated incredibly well with the group. When discussing how to accelerate the organization’s ability to deliver on their strategy, and the support leaders needed, he said...

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#Leadership #Inspiration #LeaderhipInsights #LeadershipTips #BusinessStrategy
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[New Post] Taking a Page from Artificial Intelligence’s book: Intelligent Workplace Communications – Guest Blogger, Microsoft's Robert Ford

Imagine if your employees could answer a simple question like “what are we trying to achieve and why?” quickly, confidently, and accurately as a result of your great leadership communication. Often, getting a response other than a panicked facial expression would be progress—here are 3 tips to help.

http://bit.ly/2oXWR6B

#LeadershipComms #InternalComms #AI #WorkplaceComms #Leadership #EmployeeEngagment #Communication #Microsoft
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[New #WeeklyRoundUp] Mission Vision Purpose Strategy Definitions, 6 Secrets of Strong Technical Leaders, One Quality For Great Leaders, 4 Ps of Leadership, & Create an Emotional Connection to Strategy

Welcome to this week's round-up of articles on leadership insights from strong technical leaders, the differences between mission vision purpose strategy and goals, the need to create an emotional connection to strategy for employees with 12 ideas to help you do just that, and more leadership tips.

http://bit.ly/2oPE8KK

#Leadership #BusinessStrategy #LeadershipInsights #Mission #Vision #LeadershipTips
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[New Post] Career Advice from Senior Leaders: Simon Sproule, Chief Marketing Officer & Vice President at Aston Martin

So far in our Career Advice series we’ve touched on looking for intersections in your work and how it can fuel innovation, the strength that comes with asking for help, and why work is personal.

This next piece of advice comes from Simon Sproule, Chief Marketing Officer & Vice President at Aston Martin and relates to a key element that, when you have it, can help solve one of the main challenges of leadership:

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#AstonMartin #CareerAdvice #LeadershipTips #LeadershipInsights #Leadership
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[New #WeeklyRoundUp] 3 Ways to Be an Irreplaceable Communicator, Leadership Shine Every Time, Leadership Lessons from John McCain, Why to Be Polite in Emails, & Building a Culture That Sticks

This week's round-up features recent articles on how to be an influential communicator, an approach to let your leadership shine, long game leadership lessons from John McCain, why you should always be polite in emails, and more.

http://bit.ly/2oFPv7Y

#Communicators #Leadership #LeadershipLessons #JohnMcCain #EmailEtiquette #CompanyCulture
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Someone to Know: Q&A with AB InBev Global Manager of Internal Communications Megan Booker

Megan Booker, Global Manager of Internal Communications at AB InBev, is full of wisdom on topics ranging from global strategic communications and organizational performance, to the benefits of curiosity, and more.

When she’s not helping shape the internal communication strategy for this global organization, Megan can be found pursuing another passion – dance. And, according to Megan, strategic communications and dance have a few things in common – I’ll let her tell you more in this Q&A: http://bit.ly/2PE35Ej

#InternalComms #IC #ABInBev #InternalCommunications #StrategicComms
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[New Post] What Leaders Miss When They Don't Listen (and What to Do About It)

Better listening means better communication which in turn leads to better leadership. Learn how to become a more active listener and then take our free Listening Quiz.

http://bit.ly/2oldWaF

#Leadership #ListeningSkills #ActiveListening #ListeningQuiz
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[New #WeeklyRoundUp] Have a Leadership Philosophy?, Leaders Share About Courage, Influence & Hope, What’s Ruining Healthcare’s Internal Comms Strategies?, Leading the Wrong Way, & Improving Employee Comms

This week's round-up features recent articles on leadership tips and insights, what one doctor says is ruining internal communication strategies in the healthcare industry, a strategy on how to improve employee communication, and more.

http://bit.ly/2LoY5k5

#Leadership #Courage #Influence #Healthcare #InternalComms #EmployeeComms
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