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The Grossman Group CEO and communications expert David Grossman shares his insights on the importance of meaningful leadership communication in today’s business climate. With high level tips on engagement and connection, insights into employee motivations and behavior, and firsthand stories from the frontlines of America’s leading companies.

The leadercommunicator blog is instructive, entertaining, and a must-read for leaders, communicators, and leadercommunicators.

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Video: Customized messages for individual leaders now in the palm of your hands

  
  
  
  
  
  

One of the most critical issues facing leaders today is to help their employees understand how they fit in and what’s in it for them.

At the same time, leaders struggle to develop and articulate their strategy, and have a hard time making it relevant for their employees.  They’re clear in their own heads about what they seek, but aren’t always able to help others understand what they envision.

A strategy is only a strategy until someone acts on it.

What’s a leader to do?

Enter the ePlatform, a customized set of messages – we call it the leadercommunciator platform – for an individual leader or team, which is now available for the iPad and other tablets.

The platform itself is not unlike a political platform, where the senior-most leaders have customized messages, stories and actions to drive the business results they desire.  All right in the palm of their hands.

Think this might be useful for you?  Take a closer look: 

 

How might a customized set of messages and stories help you get better results, faster?

-          David Grossman

 

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