Communicative leadership

Communication is the single most important ingredient of leadership:
Turning words into behaviour then into actions is what leads to results. Communication is to translate the organization’s vision, values, and strategy to something meaningful that everyone can and will act on.

Structure and flow
This requires both the structure for communication and flow, that is, skills and abilities of managers and employees. The need for in-depth expertise in communication increases in the networked society where everyone communicates with everyone about anything at any time of day. Ones communicative strength is therefore particularly important in order to penetrate through the noise, engage employees, and influence customer behavior to the desired result.

Brain and communication
Knowledge of how the brain works enables greater understanding on how to manage, communicate, motivate, and engage. Ultimately helping yourself and your team to not only maximize its potential but also sell the product, implement change and achieve objectives.

I support managers to develop communication skills through knowledge transfer, specifically through the utilizations of practical and simple tool, to prevent the re-invention of the wheel. I also work as a communication strategist, thus enabling the extension beyond knowledge transfer but also developing structure for communication platforms that stand in line with the targeted results the organization strives for.

• Competence Enhancement of managers
• Individual coaching
• Development of communication structures
• Communication Planning