Where could your team communicate more effectively?

How often in the course of business have you seen:

  • Projects slow down because key information hasn’t been shared?
  • False assumptions lead to poor decisions?
  • Good decisions not being followed through?
  • Someone saying some version of “Yes” when they meant — and acted on — “No?”
  • A team hearing and moving forward based on incorrect second hand direction?
  • People lacking the context to keep an initiative moving forward?
  • Team members making decisions that impact others without consideration?

The list is endless. But you get the idea. Communication slowdowns and breakdowns are the root cause for virtually every other slowdown and breakdown you confront.

People aren’t bad or wrong for doing these things. They’re human. Still, if you have a stake in how your business performs, you need to become conscious of how humans communicate and how humans can communicate effectively.

And working on improving communication in your business is not just about stopping the breakdowns. It’s also about the opposite.

Communication Flow is the primary root cause for closing deals. For competitive edge. For customer satisfaction and repeat business. For talent attraction and retention. This list goes on and on.

Think Business Growth clients understand that communication improvement is a continuous process with the highest of ROIs. The key is to understand that business and life are a network of agreements between people. Our deep communication toolkit, creates clear agreements between people that results in:

  • Increasing the collective consciousness within your organization
  • Aligning the entire team with the desired outcome of effective communication
  • Defining what effective communication means in your organization (it’s different for every business!)
  • Clarifying the specific attitudes and behaviors that lead to powerful communication
  • Providing recovery planning, so everyone knows how to respond quickly when communication break downs occur (and they will! After all, we’re human)
  • Team members supporting each other in being accountable for communicating powerfully and effectively and in ways that produce real business results.
  • Specific tools the team can apply in the most common challenging situations, such as:
  • Having difficult conversations,
  • Holding others accountable,
  • Delegating effectively,
  • Requesting attitude or behavior change,

If failure to communicate is getting in the way of your business potential, let’s talk.