Consider some of the great communicators — Martin Luther King, Meg Whitman, Ronald Reagan, Suze Orman…those who inspire, influence and persuade. What do they have in common? They all possess at least one unique communication asset.
During times of business upheaval, career moves, or family crises, many leaders picture themselves teetering on one foot as they manage competing priorities. What is “balanced” varies from person to person and is determined by many factors.
We are well aware that simply “knowing” a change is important doesn’t make it easy to accomplish. We all struggle to one degree or another with the challenges of facilitating a change process that proceeds with integrity and effectiveness, building on all we know of individuals and systems.