Are you a good communicator? See how you stack up with our example today...
1. Communicate more than you think you need to.
2. Touch employees, clients, and vendors.
3. Make it personal.
4. It's a dialogue, not a monologue.
5. Coach your team to help.
In our EOS® (Entrepreneurial Operating System®) world, we coach our clients to over-communicate...you have to say it seven times before someone hears it for the first time. Another point...you may have to say it seven different ways.
In normal business times, it's important to communicate your vision and values to your team regularly (at least quarterly). In times of chaos or crisis (e.g. Covid-19), you have to communicate even more. As communication increases, fear will decrease. Get traction in your business with the communication tips above.