Communicate for Influence-The Coachable Moment

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Communicate for Influence
The Coachable Moment-Practical, Powerful Tips

Six Practical, Powerful Communication Posts  in One

 Irene Becker | www.justcoachit.com | QBlog
Helping smart people & organizations build their 3Q Edge™ Smarter, Happier, Faster

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The leader who communicates well succeeds well


Listen better, listen differently; master the art of active listening. You’ll be surprised what you hear
The Coachable Moment

Pause.  Tame the pain.  Retrain your brain and mouth to respond rather than react.  Learn to circumvent the automatic fight of flight response | The Coachable Moment

 

Improve your ability to tranform  difficult conversations, and get them back on track | The Coachable Moment

Manage strong emotions, difficult situations/conversations by building “constructive discontent” | The Coachable Moment  

 

 

Evolve! USE communication challenges to build higher emotional intelligence, improve one to one and one/group life and virtual communication skills | The Coachable Moment

UnderstandDo not assume or presume anything. Confirm what the other party wants to convey before you pause and respond | The Coachable Moment

 

Leadership Delegates Doing Leadership Roar UK Keynote Oct 3 2014Inspire! Less is often More. Choose your words wisely.  Seek first to listen, to understand, to learn, then speak to the heart of the matter in the language of your audience |  The Coachable Moment

 

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Irene Becker | www.justcoachit.com | QBlog 
Helping smart people & organizations build their 3Q Edge™ Smarter, Happier, Faster

 

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