Number 1 Mistake in Corporate Communications
What you'll learn
- understand behavioral styles and needs
- how to overcome our natural tendency in communicating
- understand intrinsic motivatiors
- consider people's learning styles
- by the end of the course, you'll be eager to 'fight the good fight' of effective communication
- with effective communication, you'll create competitive advantage through higher employee engagement
The number one rule is communication is to know your audience. Unfortunately, we fail at the heart of this. We know our audience superficially: they're competencies, their hierarchical levels in the organization, perhaps their education levels. But we fail to know what kind of people they are.
This communication training course will show you how to consider the audience's needs in deeper ways and therefore, make your communication more effective. Employee engagement will improve and more people will 'get it' (whatever 'it' is that you're trying to communicate.
In 4 the sessions of communication training course, you'll learn some simple parameters for dissecting your audience's needs and discover a template that can be used to map out an effective corporate communication plan for those moments when it really counts.
Take this ultimate Communication Training course right now and learn how to fix top1 mistake in corporate communications</p>
Who this course is for:
- managers and executives
- corporate communication personnel
- team and committee members
With thirty years of business experience, Scott has worked in a variety of industries in a variety of management and executive positions, including as a director on several business and non-profit boards. He has been a popular speaker at business conferences, teaching others about communication, open book management, employee engagement, driving change, employee ownership thinking, and key financial metrics. He has also written several ebooks: Servant Leadership Practice: 40 Days to Transform Your Leadership and Your Organization; PhD in Leadership: What They Don't Teach in Business Schools; Guerrilla Change: How to Start a Corporate Revolution.
Scott lives in the Minneapolis area and enjoys being active outside, when the ground is not frozen--an unfortunate geographical hazard for six months of the year.