When we communicate well in the workplace — when we get to the point, when we articulate value, when we make the point clearly — what we are really doing is respecting our audience, and their time.
When we do not prepare sufficiently, or make the point quickly and clearly, then what we are really doing is disrespecting our audience. We are, among other things, wasting their time.
Think about a good meeting or presentation as respect for your audience and their time. Great communication is, among other things, a form of service to, and respect for, others.
And in an effort to respect your time today, I won’t belabor the point, or the post.
Have a great day.
Does your team:
– Take too long to make decision?
– Fail to ask for what it wants or needs from you?
– Make things too complicated?
– Deliver unconvincing or disorganized presentations?
– Have new hires who are unprepared to communicate in the workplace?
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