I started the leadercommunicator blog 10 years ago, and wow, does time fly! I didn’t start the blog for me – I started it for you – to help you elevate how you lead and communicate. All of us have this superpower inside of us, and my wish and hope is to invite you to reach beyond what you know. So you can be your best – for yourself, your family, your team, your organization, and for your community.
That said, I continue to be amazed at the support we get from you and I’m humbled that our leadercommunicator blog has been named the No. 1 blog on communication by Feedspot for the fourth year in a row. I’m excited to share the news with you and to thank you for your continued support and readership, and for sharing our blogs with your colleagues and friends on social media. I am so grateful. Plus, as you read on, you’ll find the updated list of our most read blog posts of all time.
Our 5 Most Read Blogs of All Time
To new visitors curious about where to start, or to our readers who want know what others are reading, here are our 5 most read blogs of all time:
- Trust in the Workplace: 6 Actionable Steps to Building Trust with Employees
A leader’s ability to inspire and motivate employees is based on trust. When people trust you, they have confidence in your decisions. Here are 6 ways that leaders at all levels can build trust.
- 7 Ways to Help Fix Poor Communication in the Workplace
Poor communication can cause a lot of problems within an organization, including damaging relationships. Here are 7 ways to improve communication inside your organization.
- How to Create an Internal Communications Plan in 7 Steps
An internal communications plan articulates what the function is uniquely qualified to do to help drive business outcomes for the organization. Find out how to create an internal communications plan with these 7 steps (featuring 4 free templates and tools).
- Leading in Person: 6 Reasons to Communicate Face-to-Face
With the continuing rise of technology, the importance of face-to-face communication is more vital each day. Here’s why, and some strategies to help you be even better. Get a free infographic and watch the content on video.
- 5 Benefits of Having a Strong Internal Communications Strategy
A strong internal communications strategy pays off in more ways than one. Discover the benefits of a strategy that drives engagement and performance.
As we go into the year ahead, what other topics would you like us to explore and share?