How to Succeed in The New Communication Age

At The Latimer Group, we speak with our clients and friends all the time about the “New Communication Age” that we live in. Today, communication is not just about having or controlling information. Years ago, in an era when not everyone had access to all the information they needed, the best communicators were, in fact, the ones who could access and disseminate information.

However, we’re now in an era where more people than ever have access to more information than ever. We believe it’s no longer an advantage to just have the information. We think there’s even greater opportunity for competitive advantage, based on an ability to not only use and process this information, but also to boil that information down to its essence, explain it simply and clearly, and make things easy for colleagues and customers to understand.

The more often you can succeed at that, the more you’ll become known for it. It will become part of your “communication brand,” and that will bring you even more competitive advantage among your colleagues.

Communication has changed, and will continue to do so. That’s the reality we’re living in. Are you adjusting for the New Communication Age?

We believe that great communication skills change the world. We transform people and organizations of all sizes with simple, repeatable techniques, through an integrated platform of corporate training, coaching, and asynchronous learning.

Our entire business has been built on the referrals from satisfied clients. So, if you enjoyed your experience with The Latimer Group, or if you like what you read here, please share your experience with others. And if you would like to know more, please contact us at info@TheLatimerGroup.com, or visit our websites The Latimer Group and LatimerNext.

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Dean Brenner

A book about change

The Latimer Corporation’s CEO Dean Brenner is a noted keynote speaker and author on the subject of persuasive communication. He has written three books, including Persuaded, in which he details how communication can transform organizations into highly effective, creative, transparent environments that succeed at every level.