Monday, November 3, 2014

Art of Communication

It seems that with virtual living, communication is becoming more and more difficult, specially when it comes to keeping a good pace of vision sharing or business motion with others. Daily events are taking place at such a higher pace than usual, with a much broader exposure to different type of information, which requires more mental efforts in memory retention. 
The more information we try to retain and process, the less awareness or focus, which tends to lower the intensity of our connections with others. As we're going through a new attempt to make our bonds with others stronger and more meaningful, we need to remind ourselves about Communication as an art. In fact, quality communication is a skill set that needs to be constantly revamped by feedback means. 
If we try to look closely about leadership communication, we find that leadership coaching remains the best way to assist leaders in better communication quality. One of key challenges remains two-ways communication which ensures that a message is perfectly exchanged by both receiver and transmitter. Among the worst pitfalls that we're experiencing in today's world is indentified within political leadership contexts, where a receiver could never answer his senders. This phenomena is getting amplified which will have serious negative impact on managing societies practices and side psychological effects.
Time will tell that transformational leaders will be in a better position to change towards getting back to basics for the sake of communicating effectively not only by using perfect wording, but by ensuring that each interaction is being considered as a unique experience in a lifetime.    

The more we think that our world is becoming a place where events are going fast, that daily life is full of events which makes us feel touched by a thought, an idea, some bad news or a word said by someone, the more we are likely to be stressed. 

Such stress, is far from being beneficial as some people believe that stress will keep you excited or drive you to become more creative. In fact, such stress comes with a number of important negative effects on health, performance and wellness. 

We have all the reasons to justify our need for stress management which helps directly improve emotional stability being a source of increased success.

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