Three Communication Lessons from Kennedy
Today’s employees want authentic and accessible communication from their leaders. President Kennedy understood that to communicate effectively, he had to understand his audience, care about what they wanted, and speak with candor and transparency – a powerful example as relevant today as when he led our great nation.
Are you wondering how to communicate more effectively with those you lead? Would you like your managers to practice and refine their communication skills to improve employee morale and productivity? Let us help! Our unique approach to leadership training harnesses the power of experiential learning to teach time-proven leadership methods that get results. Let us share more leadership lessons from President Kennedy and other leaders who mastered the power of words. Bring your team to a workshop or staff retreat, and we’ll create an immersive learning program, linking timeless historical examples with your workplace issues.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION!
President Kennedy understood that effective communication is essential to effective leadership. Do you believe your organization has open lines of communication? What are some things you’d like to change, or ideas you’d like to try? Please share your ideas and comments, below.