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Improving Communication
Is a Critical Component of
Leadership
Jason Hanold
Improving Communication Is a
Critical Component of Leadership
Jason Hanold is the founder and managing partner
of Hanold A...
Improving Communication Is a
Critical Component of Leadership
Much has been written about the qualities of great
business ...
Improving Communication Is a
Critical Component of Leadership
Subordinates must trust those who lead them,
otherwise messa...
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Improving Communication Is a Critical Component of Leadership

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Improving Communication Is a Critical Component of Leadership

  1. 1. Improving Communication Is a Critical Component of Leadership Jason Hanold
  2. 2. Improving Communication Is a Critical Component of Leadership Jason Hanold is the founder and managing partner of Hanold Associates, a company specializing in talent acquisition and leadership recruiting. Based in Chicago, Jason Hanold possesses over 15 years of experience and a graduate degree in communications from Northwestern University.
  3. 3. Improving Communication Is a Critical Component of Leadership Much has been written about the qualities of great business leaders. Of the many attributes necessary, effective communication is critical and can be improved by most business managers. This goes beyond simply telling people what you want them to do. Often, the process is more complex, requiring additional steps and follow up.
  4. 4. Improving Communication Is a Critical Component of Leadership Subordinates must trust those who lead them, otherwise messages may not be well received. This takes a commitment beyond just saying what is right; a leader must be willing to act on promises to foster trustworthiness. Leaders must also view conversation as going two ways rather than simply a means of providing instruction. Further, feedback must be received openly and without judgment, otherwise subordinates will feel undervalued. While there are a number of other ways to improve communication, honing these skills will go a long way towards enhancing a team’s production.

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