Weekly Round-Up: 5 Deadly Communication Mistakes, 7 C's of Leadership, How to Get More Solutions From Your Team, What is Vision?, 19 Tips for Writing Your Employee Newsletter

Posted by David Grossman on Fri,Mar 01, 2019

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Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts. 

  • 5 Deadly Communication Mistakes That Kill Team Spirit
    By Dianna Booher (@diannabooher via @Forbes), Forbes

    “Many teams exist in name only. Their “spirit” is ghosting. Members may be assigned to the same project, but they no more feel like one big happy family than Hamlet and his crew. Conflicts constantly erupt. People hoard information. Distrust makes collaboration difficult at best. At the root of it all, typically poor communication destroys team members’ confidence that what they hear is rational, relevant, or real...”
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  • Use the 7 C’s of Leadership
    By Jane Perdue (@thehrgoddess), The Jane Group

    “With lots of the new year still in front of us, now’s a great time to revisit the 7 C approach. The list is succinct enough to be remembered yet deep enough in both hard and soft skills to impact our thoughts and actions…”
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What were some of the top leadership and communication articles you read this week?

David Grossman


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