Thinking Out Loud

Leadership Communication x 4

My son, Noah, and I developed a new communication tool. It’s versatile, has many applications and is straightforward. Fast Company just published an article about it (click here). We’ve used it to:

  • Guide leadership communication
  • Focus professional development conversations
  • Structure difficult conversations
  • Plan communication strategies
  • Diagnose communication breakdowns

This tool can also be used in your personal life and in conjunction with the Communication Styles Framework, which gives it even more strength. After you read the article at Fast Company, if you’d like to know more I can send you the original article which has more detail.

What Can You Control?

Daniel becomes easily irritated when Jon speaks. The two men sit on a community development committee in the town where they live. Both are well respected and valued for their participation. They don’t know each other personally even though they have served together for years. Each represents a different constituency, but that’s not the source of their friction.  Read More