Have you ever found yourself in one of these situations?
You ask a team member to accomplish a given task and later realize that it was done in a completely different way.
You give constructive feedback to one of your teammates and they get defensive, insecure and begin to underperform.
Your team works very hard on a project, however other functions are unaware of it or even worse they do not understand what you do at all.
These situations can be avoided with the use of conscious communication. Conscious communication means being aware of the words you use, how you use them and the impact they have on yourself and on others.
Communicating consciously is not something you are born with – it’s something you can learn!
On average, we say more than 15’000 words per day, yet only few of us are fully in control of our communication and its impact.
Would you like to be one of those people?