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Communication: Be intentional about relationship-building.

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The Creative Alchemist

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Improving communication in your teams is one of the most important changes your organization can
take. Effective communication will not only produce a more positive work environment, it will also
increase productivity, employee engagement, and profitability.
Identify your Emotionally Expensive Employees
Recognize unproductive patterns, both within themselves and in workplace interactions, and
learn how to respond more effectively.
Benefits of building and establishing strong relationships and communication skills:
Better client relationships
Minimized conflict
Increased productivity
Higher employee engagement
Reduced turnover
- create an environment to establish trust and understanding so actions are in line with company goals.

Focus on emotional intelligence
Practice daily applications of mindful leadership training to cultivate mental and physical resilience.
When debriefing on a project, be thoughtful and specific about the feedback you provide. Telling
someone they did a “good job” doesn’t give them any direction for what to continue doing in the future.
Be specific about the actions or attitudes you’d like to see repeated and the impact it had on others.
Showing appreciation for work well done makes it more likely that a person will do it again (and do it
even better). It will also encourage them to continue to be innovative, take action, and to solve

Empowering employees
Give your team members permission to take action and make decisions within your organization.
How do you empower employees?

A full one hour with Guest Tanya Smith will answer these questions and help open the liines of communication in your organization

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