How are you communicating to your staff?
SiDCOR Chartered Accountants
I have found in business this is the game changer in any organisation. The CONTEXT of the communication is important, from leaders through to employees.
What is the context of communication? Everyday communication has context. For example, if you don’t trust someone, then you communicate with them differently to someone you do trust. You will communicate with the person whom you trust to complete a task, rather than the person you don’t trust to complete it. The catch is, if the leader of a business communicate from a place of fear, then this will have a flow-on effect in the business.
• How do I show up each day?
• Am I aware of how I communicate?
• Do I constantly blame and judge my team?
If you answered negatively, then chances are you’re
communicating from a place of fear.
What should you do to change this behaviour? BE AWARE. Catch yourself as you’re doing it and make a change. By improving your communication you will get more out of your team and therefore your business.