When leaders avoid the tough stuff and it doesn’t go unnoticed. If you can unstick a tricky discussion or manoeuvre a conversation back on track when needed, your team and peers will witness that.
Clear, effective communicators tend to be more respected, trusted and visible. And that communication is rarely a one-sided shout, but rather dialogue that offers an exchange of ideas, expectation and support.
This type of communication requires a skilled facilitator, a confident guide that can lead open, safe and engaged dialogue. Someone that can invite those that are usually quieter or ordinarily silenced to contribute and be heard.
The way we communicate is unique and entrenched and we can get too focussed on our own goals and knowledge, or unwittingly be competitive or standoffish. There is real value in exploring how we converse and new ways to become stronger, more effective communicators, and I can help you achieve that.
Sheila specialises in coaching executives to build trust, cohesiveness and direction within themselves, their teams and across the organisations and systems within which they operate. This creates direct and positive impact on overall performance and results.