How to be a better communicator
Time and time again, employees say that their line manager is their most trusted source of information, their communication channel of choice. But do the managers in your organisation have the communication skills to engage their teams and get them to commit to change?
Packed with more than 200 straightforward yet incredibly powerful tips and techniques for all kinds of communication challenges, How to be a better communicator will help managers communicate with confidence and truly engage those they manage and lead.
How might you use How to be a better communicator? To signal a new commitment to line manager communication. To support the launch of a new team briefing process. As a conference giveaway to aid the cascade of key messages. To kick-start a change programme. The applications are endless.
In How to be a better communicator, managers will learn how to:
- Develop the powerful interpersonal qualities of presence and impact
- Motivate teams and individuals
- Engage frontline staff in corporate strategy and major change
- Foster genuine dialogue that sparks engagement and collaboration
- Give presentations that win hearts and minds
- Lead productive web meetings, videoconferences and teleconferences
- Write clear, compelling content that cuts through all the organisational noise
- Build your internal social media profile for maximum communications impact.
There are a number of ways to buy the book:
- e-book (single copy)
- e-book (multiple copies)
- printed book (single copy)
- printed book (multiple copies)
Your company can buy multiple, bespoke company branded copies and present them to your managers as your very own communication handbook. We’ll put your logo on the cover and add an introduction / foreword with a photo of your leader that highlights your organisation’s communication challenges and prompts managers to put the skills into action.
We’ve recently supplied bespoke company branded copies to companies including AstraZeneca, Co-operative Financial Services, Hartmann AG, Manchester Airports Group, Wolseley UK, Würth and United Utilities.