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Inspire a Positive Culture! Practice Three Things to Improve Communication, Positivity, Respect and Productive Relationships

With the rapidly changing and attention grabbing technology, social media, 24/7 communication, and the fight to retain talent and relationships, how does one keep composure and keep it straight to communicate that can result effective and efficient outcomes? Consider practicing three things:

With the rapidly changing and attention grabbing technology, social media, 24/7 communication, and the fight to retain talent and relationships, how does one keep composure and keep it straight to communicate that can result effective and efficient outcomes? Consider practicing three things:

Set the stage for intentional dialogue. Consider dialogue as a reciprocal conversation and interaction between at least two participants. This means there is a give a take interaction that fosters the stage for clear and respectful two-way learning.

Make the participants feel like they are the only thing that matters at that time. Be fully engaged in only that interaction at that moment; be present.

Tune out the noise and other distractions. This way you can participate in fully engaged listening to comprehend and practice in meaningful dialogue/conversations that can result in positive and productive outcomes.

The results:

  • Builds more positive, respectful and caring relationships.
  • Fosters an environment that is more efficient and effective.

Imagine your organization or relationships promoting improved communication!

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