What is The Process of Creating Effective Communication at Work Like?
We strive to create a safe and connected working environment so your business can achieve its maximum potential.
We train businesses on how to learn the most effective communication and employ change in a way that resolves conflict, increases workplace harmony, and promotes productivity.
We believe that when people feel safe, they can best contribute their unique gifts. We aim to create a calm and connected workplace where everyone feels valued and has what to offer. This increases productivity, worker satisfaction, and customer retention.
1. Eliminate Win/Lose Thinking
Fostering a group atmosphere of sharing and contributing rather than debating to pick a winner doesn’t always come naturally, but is an important step towards creating a healthier corporate culture. Good communication in the workplace matters. Harvard Business Review cites the 2009 Wyatt study that shows that companies that communicate effectively had a 47% higher return to shareholders over a five-year period (mid-2004 to mid-2009). Companies that talk the way employees want to hear, bosses that do a good job listening, and customers that feel validated and understood are the ones will be more valuable than companies that don’t.
2. Assume that all persons are valid and “make sense” before they speak
Anti-thetical to this current age of black/white thinking and divisive politics, knowing that every person comes with their own unique story , that in their world, “they make sense”, whether or not you agree with them, is one of the concepts we impart so that all of your interactions others remain connected and fruitful.
3. Respecting others the way you yourself want to be treated and talked to
No one deserves to be shamed or blamed. This can be hard if you weren’t modeled healthy communication previously in your life. We will show you how so it becomes second nature. You can’t effectively work together if there is discord in the company. If communication flows and is open where people feel like they can share and be heard and understood, everyone benefits. Your employees will want to come to work and find ways to contribute because it’s a pleasant place to be! They will be more creative and productive.
4. Detoxing negativity, generalizations, and “Master talk”
There’s always someone at the office that assumes “everyone” agrees with them. They can have toxic energy and this needs to be nipped in the bud before it spreads to the rest of the team.
5. Validation of others’ point of view
Expressing curiosity, empathy, and validation show another that you truly get them and hear them. These days, employees want to be heard, understood, and valued for a job well done. Good leaders know that, providing a culture of openness and interpersonal relationships will create an environment and culture of trust and the ability to shed dysfunction and the likelihood of people misunderstanding each other, thus providing a true ability to communicate amongst others at every level of the organization. (Journal of Business Studies Quarterly)
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You have a lot of choices when it comes to selecting a speaker for your event.
If you have an audience that needs to hear about communicating with confidence and enjoying more comfortable conversations with coworkers, clients, and customers, in a way that is easy to understand and quick to implement, you’ll find that hiring a relationship expert and marriage therapist specializing in communication makes sense.
After working with thousands of couples over the years and helping to turn their marriages around in two days through the communication process that I teach has always been a passion of mine, and while I’ve always spoken on the topic and been featured in over 50 media outlets, working with clients on effective communication in six continents, I begun to apply these communication processes to businesses and see the same phenomenal results in organizations and corporations.
Join the record breaking numbers of new startups and companies that are consciously starting to realize that they need to hold a lens up to their communication culture to achieve and sustain great success!
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