“You cannot lead if you cannot communicate” – the importance of clear communication by leaders

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In this LinkedIn Audio Live, I talk to Nicola Rylett-Jones, Human Accountability Leader and Executive Coach, about the importance of clear communication by leaders.

We discuss why effective communication is so important within an organisation, the key things to consider when trying to get your message across to your audience, and take a look at examples of excellent communication in practice.

It is crucial that leaders are able to articulate where they/their organisation are going if they want people to follow. People need to feel safe at work and communication plays a huge role in that. It takes away any element of surprise or fear that we don’t know what’s going to happen next.
Clear communication is important for creating a sense of ‘psychological safety’ – making people feeling comfortable to express their ideas, give feedback etc.

“If you’re leading, you have to be able to communicate where you’re going so that people will follow.”

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