Leaders have at their disposal a valuable tool in conversation. This important mode of communication is greatly underutilized by leaders. Using timely and effective conversations can make all the difference in elevating your leadership skills. Conversations can create forward momentum. Conversations can stop critical mistakes. Conversations can save time and effort. Because you spend most of the day having conversations, ask yourself if you are leveraging these conversations to influence positive results?
Conversations can be about both listening and learning. Leaders should be using conversations to coach in order to receive the best outcomes. Conversations can create connectivity while building trust through personal chitchat making efforts to know your coworkers. Make sure your conversations are give and take, two-sided ones that are engaging. Exercise your leadership communication tool and reap the benefits from a conversation.
Becoming skilled in leadership conversations will make you a more powerful leader. Your leadership will benefit from practicing leadership conversations. If you are interested in doing a personal assessment or enhancing leadership capabilities with executive/leadership coaching in your organization, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, place your thoughts in the comment section. Thank you in advance for your likes and sharing as it helps spread this message.