Participate To Succeed

Top performers take heart and take part, actively there and practice conscious communication

Communication is at the centre of every human interaction. But the quality of communication can vary. It has the capacity to build or undermine relationships among team members and co-workers, and it can unite or separate people. The quality of an organization’s communication relates directly to the quality of its performance.

Most routine business communications are an automatic response or reaction to a person or situation. It’s what some experts call “unconscious communication.” But it can come at a high price. “The cost of unconscious communication often goes uncalculated,” writes Dr. Rick Brinkman on his website. “For example, consider email misunderstandings: how much time is lost trying to work them out, and clarifying what everyone really meant?”

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Betty Healey
Betty Healey, MEd, is the co-principle of roadSIGNS, an organization dedicated to awakening spirit in the workplace. An award-winning author of four books, her two recent books “ME FIRST– If I Should Wake Before I Die”, and the “ME FIRST Playbook” are viewed as important contributions to the field of Conscious Communication. Visit www.roadSIGNS.ca.