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CPR for the COMMUNCICATION CHALLENGE. CPR for the Communication Challenge. How we communicate… Verbal Written Listening Silence Body language Electronic. CPR for the Communication Challenge. Are you a Communications Leader or a Bust? Should you care?

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cpr for the communication challenge
CPR for the Communication Challenge

How we communicate…

  • Verbal
  • Written
  • Listening
  • Silence
  • Body language
  • Electronic
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

Are you a Communications Leader or a Bust?

Should you care?

Where do you want your career to go?

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CPR for the Communication Challenge

Communications

  • Impacts the first and last impressions you present
  • Enhances or diminishes your business image
  • Announces who you are to colleagues and friends
  • Reflects that you either embrace or avoid cultural and generational sensitivities.
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

Signs that you are Burger girl or guy…

  • Loud, obnoxious
  • Lots of personal calls at work
  • Everyone knows your business
  • Everyone knows your “lack of work ethic”
  • Not dressed for success
  • “Service, I’ll show you service”
  • I am speakin’ “anglishh”
  • I right “anglishh” good too
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

Just because you’re the boss…

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CPR for the Communication Challenge

Did you see signs of poor communication?

  • Silence
  • Staring
  • Body language
  • Failure to accept responsibility
  • Focus on perceived injustice
  • Sending an e-mail while angry
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

The Power of E-Mail (or stupidity of)

  • If your email is emotionally charged, walk away from the computer and wait to reply.
  • Do NOT TYPE IN ALL CAPS. That's yelling or reflects shouting.
  • If you bold your type, know you are bolding your statement and it will be taken that way by the other side - X10!
  • Address your contact with the appropriate level of formality and make sure you spelled their name correctly. Spell check.
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

The Power of E-Mail (or stupidity of)

  • Include a courteous greeting and closing. Helps to make your e-mail not seem demanding or terse.
  • Read your email to ensure the tone is that which you desire.
  • Are you using proper sentence structure? First word capitalized with appropriate punctuation?
  • typing your emails in all small case gives the perception of lack of education or laziness.
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

All of your communication speaks to who you are…

  • Someone I would like to hire.
  • Someone I would like to mentor or coach.
  • Someone I would like to promote.
  • Someone I want on my team.
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CPR for the Communication Challenge

There are seven essential elements to successful business communication:

  • Structure – Opening, body, close
  • Clarity – Clear message
  • Consistency – Message does not change
  • Medium – Use the medium that allows greatest accuracy, comprehension, time cost
  • Relevancy – Message important to reader
  • Primacy/Recency – Power and memorability of opening and closing
  • Psychological Rule of 7±2 – Don’t overload. 5-9