A leader as coach will inspire, speak in positive tones, releasing an employee’s potential, creating a unique learning experience.
There is a war on talent. Organisations are now digging deep into their creativity pockets (and their financial pockets), to attract talent.
Like any strategy there needs to be a linkage with the organisations overall business objectives and direction, accompanied with a SWOT analysis, identifying where improvements are a necessity – such as attendance, attraction and retention of staff.
When it comes to communication in the workplace always think simple – often it only takes three to four words to start a meaningful conversation keeping the business running smoothly and developing your communication skills too.
Through many years of consulting with and coaching leaders I have listed 4 communication skills which I consider will help to build powerful, positive, working relationships in the workplace.