People communicate in different ways. Some like to receive information by listening. Others like to read it. And others still, prefer video. That’s why I offer my communication tips in lots of different ways.
TIP: use a variety of communication vehicles
When you’re reaching out to someone, offering your information in several formats gives the receiver a choice to select their preferred communication mode. Doing so also increases the chance that your message actually gets through.
And that is exactly why I’m posting more videos on my YouTube channel.
Won’t you join me? youtube.com/marionspeaks
Please check out my YouTube channel and SUBSCRIBE so you’ll be the first to know when I post something new. It’s a great way for us to stay in touch. I look forward to connecting with you by video.
Plus, a couple of colleagues have interviewed me recently … and I, them.
I’ll be posting about those in social media. Here’s an audio sample of one that was shared just this week: https://b-u.network/marion-grobb-finkelstein/
And here’s an interview I did with workplace relationship expert, Penny Tremblay. You can catch it here: https://youtu.be/hSaDC-6XIoQ Here are a few highlights:
1:03 Penny explains how the workplace landscape has changed
5:34 How managers can help employees during times of great change
8:23 What to do if you haven’t heard from your manager recently
13:50 Tips employees can do to help managers feel significant
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Enjoy these recordings, and be sure to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel (I’d love to have you onboard) youtube.com/marionspeaks Looking forward to seeing your comments and thumbs up. Until then, have a great week.
Marion Grobb Finkelstein
COMMUNICATION CONSULTANT www.MarionSpeaks.com
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