Out for my daily exercise recently, I was running along a footpath with a wide grass verge. I wasn’t alone in my quest for fresh air and that all-important opportunity to get outside in the midst of lockdown. Most people
It’s now Week Six of coronavirus lockdown here in the UK. Despite the sunny weather and some frustration about the lack of freedom, overall, the majority of people continue to follow strict guidelines by leaving home only in very specific
It’s been a bit of an up and down week here at CommsMasters as we, as a team and individually, have been making sense of new ways of working, the unexpected pressures that now surround us both personally and in
During these extraordinary times when news becomes obsolete at lightning speed, we are indeed in uncharted waters. As leaders, more than ever, it is important to provide clear and confident leadership so that our teams move forward with resilience and
It’s impossible not to notice. We’re all conscious of the growing concerns around coronavirus. It’s certainly something that is a regular subject of conversation and changed behaviour here in the CommsMasters office, as it is across our clients. As a
CommsMasters Insights The prospect of ‘giving feedback’ can make even the most confident of leaders stumble over their words or struggle to articulate what needs to be said. A recent Gallup poll found that 69% of senior managers have difficulty
Developing teams and creating the right conditions for teams to thrive are timeless leadership topics. Leaders put a great deal of effort into ensuring their teams are the best they can be. So-called high performing teams get a great deal
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Heather Campbell shares five secrets of leadership communication you can use to understand things from the other side of the table, and make your communications a two-way street.