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It’s spring, and the Sharons are finally on the same continent. Fresh from a month in Southeast Asia, my co-host Sharon Phillips was struck by the warmth and grace of the people she met in Thailand and Cambodia. Their ability to slow down and thoughtfully engage her in a conversation was a refreshing change of pace.
It’s also a good reminder of how often we Americans fall into the trap of “seat-of-the-pants” communication. Yes, we’re communicating, but are we also listening?
In this episode, we explore this topic, delving into:
- What it means to be a strong strategic communicator and why it’s so vital
- How to break the cycle of reactive, non-strategic communications
- How to speak the language of leadership (hint: KPIs are your friends)
And here’s another reason to pay attention to the role of internal communications in corporate America: 87% of IC directors expect budgets to increase this year. We share this and some other stats from the IC experts at Poppulo.
If you’ve set a goal to become a more strategic and more effective internal communicator, we hope you’ll listen in.
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