Communicating Authentically for Greater Impact
Authentic communication is more art than skill. What we say, how we say it, when we say it and to whom we say it are essential and critical components for practicing authentic communication. Authenticity doesn’t mean saying what you think at all costs. Surprisingly, the foundation of authentic communication involves understanding and identifying with the receiver first. To build credibility and influential impact, it’s important to commit to taking responsibility for your communication from a growth-oriented perspective. Discover your barriers to authentic communication and how they can sabotage your credibility. Learn how to develop communication context awareness and what becoming a relationship engineer has to do with authentic communication.
- Identify the elements of authentic communication, the four characteristics of an authentic communicator and the value of the “audience-centric approach”
- Master the 5 rules for building communication alignment with your manager
- Know how to practice authentic communication whether you are an extrovert or introvert
Lisa Olsen, Co-owner/Professional Development Specialist, Admin to Admin Lisa Olsen, Co-owner/Professional Development Specialist, Admin to Admin