Tagged with clear communication

Expressing Frustration At Work

Expressing Frustration At Work

Work isn’t always a happy place and If you are like most people, you probably get frustrated with your job every now and then.  At times, you may even feel like you have had enough and it is time to quit.  But you don’t.  What stops you from quitting? Is it that you realize jobs … Continue reading

What Is Your Company’s Personality?

What Is Your Company’s Personality?

  The culture of your company leaves a fingerprint on your customers.   Your culture is unique only to your company and those that work there.  Your culture could be thought of as the company’s personality. We all have met a lot of people, some with great personalities and some with so-so personalities. Have you thought … Continue reading

I Love Team Work

I Love Team Work

I really enjoy working as a team at work, my teammates are great to work with.  When an issue or idea comes up it is exciting to hear what each player on the team thinks and to work together to come up with the best way to either implement an idea or fix a problem. … Continue reading

Wisdom From The Past

Wisdom From The Past

John H. Patterson, 1844-1922 I recently read about John H. Patterson, who was considered to be the father of modern salesmanship.  John Patterson was a great communicator and motivator who founded the National Cash Register Company (NCR).  He produced one of the first sales manuals in which he included his principles for communicating. As I … Continue reading

Speak Clearly To Be Heard

Speak Clearly To Be Heard

COMMUNICATION “Without it you travel alone.” When you have multiple relationships in the workplace there are a few easy rules that can be followed to make what it said between coworkers clearer and more easily understood. 1. When speaking to one person use their name so they know it is just them that you are speaking … Continue reading

Be A Team That Communicates

Be A Team That Communicates

Yesterday’s blog post was about the importance of “adaptability” as a team member at work.  Today we are going to look at the importance of good communication at work.  I assume we all know communication is vitally important, but how often do we work on our communication skills to improve them? COMMUNICATION:  “Open communication fosters … Continue reading

The Expectations of Managers and Their Staff

The Expectations of Managers and Their Staff

If you ask any manager they will tell you that it is almost impossible to give an actual accounting of what each employee does, every minute of the day, unless they are micromanaging their staff. Managers do know what their staff’s job tasks and responsibilities are, and they should know if they are being completed … Continue reading