Buried in information and barraged by non-stop interruptions, executives don’t have time to waste. What’s the best secret to being heard? Get to the point FAST.
When you embrace concise communication and develop a culture of brevity, your organization will:
spent in meetings, briefings, and your “inbox”.
based on clearer, more consistent information.
that unifies effort.
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A recent survey of professionals, completed by The BRIEF Lab, revealed an interesting tendency: the more switched on we are technologically, the more turned off we are mentally. Results indicated that technology is the enemy of focus, with only 26% of those polled actually thinking technology improves communication.
If you’re like most leaders we work with, you spend too many hours every week on the receiving end of painfully long, unclear updates from your team. It’s frustrating and holding you back from leading effectively and getting real work done. That’s why we created this simple video course. In 10 minutes, you’ll learn a two new tools to cut and clarify team updates.
The world is getting far too complex and it’s up to successful executives to learn new ways to simplify. The BRIEF approach works.
The relief and satisfaction we feel when our colleagues are prepared and pointed when they update each other is contagious. Less is more, indeed.
"It's encouraging to see successful people all struggle with being succinct. And even more thrilling to see them learn basic ways to correct their tendencies."
Brief is a great team development opportunity that will help you get to the point while improving your listening skills – your whole team will benefit.