Let’s talk about a common yet very important coaching challenge – coaching the poor communicator. Of course, communication can be written or verbal and many points in this newsletter can apply to both but, for now, we are narrowing our focus down tointerpersonal verbal communication.
When information is exchanged there must be a balance between giving and receiving. When communication works, there is a connection between the individuals involved. This gives us clues as to where we might focus when working with a poor communicator.
Are they able to give and receive information effectively and in doing so make a positive connection? If not, where is the breakdown occurring? What is getting in the way and preventing them from being a good communicator?
Join us for our upcoming webinar as we deepen the discussion on Coaching the Poor Communicator. Details below.
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In this webinar, we will discuss strategies on how to identify and break down the barriers standing in the way for a poor communicator to become an effective and efficient communicator moving forward.
Join us onWednesday, April 21at 11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern!
Earn 1 ICF CCE for attending this webinar!
We, as coaches, need to help our coachees identify the barriers getting in the way of good communication. Once we understand the reasons for poor communication, we need to help them break down the barriers and start building a path that will lead to clear, open, honest and productive communication.
Your success as a coach in this process will be based on your ability to not only ask excellent questions, but to ask them in a manner that is open, unattached and judgment-free. Asking not only the appropriate question, but in the appropriate way, is very important to the learning, living and communications process, especially for someone who is challenged by emotional barriers.
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