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"How to improve communication and conflict resolution skills w/ @DianneCrampton [YOUR AFFILIATE LINK]
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SUBJECT: Here is a leadership course for improving communication.
Conflict and how to communicate effectively are often difficult for new leaders who assumed positions of authority with little support or training.
Is conflict resolution & communication breakdown a frustration for you, team members or friends you know?
This is what Author and Team consultant, Dianne Crampton, says about it.
She writes, "Most businesses, are surviving the recession. They might be doing so with reduced revenues, modest layoffs, hiring or pay freezes, or any other coping strategy for down times. Others are doing quite well, but are in a holding pattern rather than hiring.
"For businesses with the goal to survive the weak economy, now is the time to prepare for the better times ahead. How? By building and improving employee communication and conflict skills before employees are too busy and these issues frustrate company growth.
“Communication – it’s what makes or breaks projects and company goals. What teams and leaders communication well, things get done better and more efficiently. But if conveying information and expectations clearly and effectively is a problem, it’s incredibly easy to get off track.
“You don’t need to be told just how important effective communication is to an organization. When it breaks down, misunderstandings and frustration increase, which leads to even bigger problems. Unfortunately, this happens to leaders who have the very best intentions but for whom communication simply goes of track.
"The first step in team improvement is to do an honest analysis of what is working and not working today.
- Identify if there are breakdowns in communication and conflict resolution at the leadership level between team members, leaders, customers and venders.
- Determine if building your own communication and conflict resolution skills would benefit your personal career development.
- Use your communication and conflict resolution skills to identify problems in your team dynamic that can be attended to now before the business climate changes and you are too busy.”
Dianne Crampton makes a good point here. I have seen how conflict and communication break downs frustrate business growth. And, many good solo-entrepreneurs are so concerned about this that they leave valuable profits on the table because they are concerned about hiring employees that could make trouble for the company because of communication and conflict resolution problems.
Dianne’s company, TIGERS Success Series, offers an inexpensive 5-part course that comes with one-on-one coaching to help leaders and their employees improve communication and conflict resolution skills very quickly.
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And, here is one of Dianne’s videos to give you an insider view of Dianne. She was nominated by Merrill Lynch for Inc. Magazine’s small business entrepreneur of the year awards. USE THE CONFLICT RESOLUTION VIDEO LINK IN YOUR BACK OFFICE.
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