Engagement Tip # 2 – Engage in Conversation

When it’s time for new information to be shared, busy leaders often take the straight line approach to communication, sildenafil through email, sales meetings or top down. That works for general information that has little impact on employees but not so well for significant change. When change happens, the opportunity is ripe for leaders to interact in a meaningful way that helps employees integrate new information into their everyday work. In fact, every communication presents a golden opportunity to engage your employees. So seize them to invite conversation, to answer questions, to address concerns and to deepen your employees’ understanding. They’ll appreciate you for it, figure out what they need to do and adapt to change more quickly.

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Dianne Gaudet is a certified Coach who is passionate about helping her clients manage the dynamics of continual life transitions as they reach new heights of personal and professional success. Helping Boomers create rich and inspired lifestyle plans for the retirement life they want is one of her greatest joys. Dianne is the author of a new book, If There Are No Limits... A guide to living with passion, purpose and possibilities. She is also a motivational speaker, teacher and world traveller.