We might not be the orator that Martin Luther King Jr. was or be in situations with the same gravity, but we can still learn something about his public speaking approach.
Empathy is especially important because, as our author learned after a health scare, people are quick to make negative assumptions or judgments of others.
Resolve to improve your communication and connection by sharing more, creating space for others, listening better and more.
An invitation to "say more" can bring out the best in your workplace conversations, whether you're curious, caught off-guard, unsure or even upset. Learn more about this communication technique for leaders.
Complex global negotiations like COP26 are an example and an opportunity to study intercultural communication, improve our skills and deliver greater impact.
The theater is a proving ground for effective communication, and corporate leaders have much to learn from it, too.
A good pause is the starting point for improving your conversations, asking better questions and staying "above the line" as a communicative leader.
Difficult conversations requires leaders to be prepared, to show the business case and to create an intention. Learn more about changing behavior through conversations.
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Good ideas alone won't guarantee success. How a leader communicates those ideas, and the clarity of those ideas, matters. Learn how to communicate your innovation.