Smart CEOs, managers, and leaders are relentless in improving their team’s communication skills because they understand the value of strong team communication including higher productivity, higher profitability, and reduced stress.
With these expected outcomes in mind, leaders everywhere seek effective leadership communication training.
Leadership communication is a skill set that can be learned, but it requires time and effort to develop effective management communication training programs for your team members.
Unfortunately, few leaders really get what they are looking for out of communication training. Why? They do not have the right expectations, and the training is often too broad or too general to be meaningful.
This article will explain some common misconceptions about leadership communication that impact people’s ability to get the training they genuinely need.