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Speak and Be Heard: 3 Steps to Elevate Your Leadership Communication

In our latest video, Christine and Taylor dive into the art of effective communication, offering practical advice for leaders seeking to improve their skills. The video outlines three straightforward strategies to enhance clarity, alignment, and feedback within your team and organization.

Watch the video below or read on for a quick summary and challenge you can put into action.

Be Clear and Authentic: Understanding yourself as a leader is the first step toward clear communication. Tools like the Enneagram can offer insights into your communication style, ensuring you're understood and placing the right people around you.

Align Your Team: It's crucial that the top people closest to you are in tune with your leadership and communication style. This alignment ensures smoother interactions and shared visions, making your team's efforts more cohesive and less exhausting.

Embrace Feedback: Openly asking for feedback can significantly improve how you connect with your team. Understanding their perspective ensures your message lands as intended, fostering a culture of open communication and mutual respect.

Communication is the backbone of effective leadership and team dynamics. Whether you're bridging generational divides or aligning your team towards common goals, these steps are your blueprint for success.

Call to Action: Today, take a moment to reflect: How clear is your communication with your team? Pick one of the three areas highlighted in our video and set a tangible goal you can track and work towards. Write it down or share your chosen area and plan with a team member or mentor, and ask for their feedback on your progress.

At Impact Initiative, we understand the challenges of leadership and are here to support you every step of the way. If you're looking for tailored advice and solutions, book a free consultation with us today. Together, let's make communication your strongest asset.

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