Curricula for Constructive Communications

What is the real cost of poor communications?

It's a hard question to answer, but research has shown that as much as 30% of an organization's communications are often ineffective or downright destructive.

Ineffective communications waste time, impair results, create frustration and conflict, diminish relationships, and lead to less than ideal customer, client or patient care.

Poor communications create stress and fear and are one of the primary contributors to job dissatisfaction. They are inherently linked to quality of relationships, feeling of rapport and the sharing of 'reality' with others that leads to easy collaboration.

Constructive communications come out of both culture and skill development.

Effective communication is both a process issue and a skill set issue.

Understanding how and why communications are not working is critical to developing a culture of effective communications.

Culture comes from leadership. Skills can be developed.

What type of skills do your people need for their communications to be an asset rather than a liability?

This is a quick check-list of some of the skills that we believe are critical.

Good communication is a science.

We believe good communication is a science and that means the skills can be broken down methodically and learned by anyone.

Our Curricula for Constructive Communications starts with an assessment of your current situation – the direction of communications – 360°, the flow, style preferences, situational and adaptive communications, written and verbal modalities, listening abilities and the impact of emotions on effective communications.

Then we put together a plan that addresses the specific complexities of your teams and your organization.

We facilitate the training and the coaching and continue to work with you until we meet our common objective: a dramatic improvement in the quality of communications and an equally dramatic reduction in the negative effects of poor communications.

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