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Good Leaders Say What They Want and What They Mean

In my last blog, I talked about the benefits to organizations and employees when leaders clearly communicate the results they need to make the company successful. I covered the 5Cs of straightforward communications for leaders that build authenticity and improve performance.


Do you say what you mean or do you expect employees to read your mind? Feeling selfish or uncomfortable about being direct negatively impacts how you relate to your team and adds confusion. If you are unsure or unclear, the team members assigned to following through on tasks will be unsure and unclear. The blog post by Dr. John Townsend provides insight into how and why leaders need to be clear about their expectations. 


Not sure how to communicate clearly? Need help building leadership communication skills or culture initiatives for your organization? Contact me to help you evaluate your communication style and build-in a more straightforward style. As part of Dr. Townsend’s consulting team, I can help you, your leaders, and your organization be more profitable and successful by honing people and leadership skills.




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