The Impact of
Have you ever experienced a situation like one of these?
If these examples feel familiar, you're not alone.
These are classic examples of missed or mixed messages that can lead to conflict,
disappointment, and disatisfaction in our everyday lives.
In short: miscommunication
"The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place."
- George Bernard Shaw
Communication is a tool that permeates every aspect of our lives. We use it to send messages,
bring about change, exercise influence, motivate people, and establish and maintain relationships.
When miscommunication occurs, and our message isn't sent or received as intended, it takes a toll
on both our personal and professional lives.
Miscommunication and unresolved conflict can negatively impact employee engagement,
job satisfaction, morale, overall effectiveness and productivity, and an organization’s or individual’s
ability to achieve goals and build meaningful relationships.
But, there is a way to reduce the occurrence and impact of miscommunication ...
The science of Adaptive Communication has revealed what miscommunication is, why it occurs, and how to communicate effectively using knowledge of ourselves and others.
Our workshops/courses will help you recognize
when miscommunication is happening with the help
of Adaptive Communication.
Adaptive Communication is grounded in the Process Communication Model® a language
and behavior-based model and powerful tool to help understand and motivate others.
Increase engagement and motivation,
and reduce turnover in your organization?
Learn to collaborate for greater impact
and communication so your message is heard?
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