What makes the biggest difference for bosses? Being more planful and purposeful in their communications.
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The focus of our collective workplace diet this month is expectations – how can you ensure you’re setting them effectively, knowing people most often rise to the expectations set for them?
As many of us are making resolutions for the New Year – whether to get in shape, complete more tasks on the Bucket List, or lose those holiday-induced pounds – I thought it would be helpful to share a different kind of diet for the New Year to address no less weighty challenges. This one is for the workplace.
It's that time of year... Your senior management is hard at work on your organization's strategic plan, the roadmap to success and growth in the year ahead. With all the thought and energy that's gone into it, all the great minds that have come together to create it, it has to be a success, right?
In The Grossman Group’s continuing quest to help leaders improve communication and therefore business results for their teams and organizations, I am pleased to share with you my newest original ebook: The Top 5 Reasons (Excuses!) We’re So Bad at Communicating.
“Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes.” --Oscar Wilde
Those of you who know me in any capacity—whether it’s from working with me or from my blog or other social media—know that I’m a “glass half full”-kind of guy.
Maybe it’s the economy, maybe it’s technology, maybe we’re all just way too busy, but whatever the reason, employees are feeling more disconnected than ever from the organizations they work for. At the same time, leaders continue to struggle with one of their toughest jobs, developing and articulating their overall strategy and priorities, especially during times of change. The result? Confused employees, unhappy workplaces, stressed bosses, and demanding shareholders.