Proven Methods Instantly Improve
the Way You Communicate
FORGET WHAT YOU THINK YOU KNOW ABOUT
When was the last time you experiened the frustration and cost of failed communication?
There is a new system for individuals and teams that creates immediate, lasting improvements, whether you have been communication challenged in the past or simply want to do better.
Using his proprietary step-by-step Communication Dynamix™ strategies, Paul will help you move past every communication hurdle that is holding back your success, like:
PAST NEGATIVE PATTERNS
PREVENT TEAM WORK
OVER RELIANCE ON ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION
LACK OF EMOTIONAL SAFETY DESTROYS THE EXCHANGE OF IDEAS
HIDDEN AGENDAS SABOTAGE PROFITABILITY
FALSE PERCEPTIONS RESULT IN UNNECESSARY CONFLICT
COMMUNICATION STYLE CONFLICTS BRING FRUSTRATION AND AVOIDANCE
THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO COMMUNICATE
Imagine a workplace where high levels of trust and safety allow ideas to be expressed without fear. This is a workplace where people understand each other, and knowledge is transferred freely and listening to understand rather than arguing to win is the norm.
This is the reality Paul has already helped thousands of people create through his proprietary step-by-step Communication Dynamix™ strategies. And you can be next.
ARE YOU READY TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR COMMUNICATION TO ACCELERATE YOUR SUCCESS?
What Paul Is Saying
Have you even been in the situation where you had to comfort someone and you didn’t know what to say?
If so, this post is for you.
You will learn exactly what to say (and not say) to comfort someone in time of crisis or even depression – even if you have low emotional intelligence or no natural empathy.read more
To communicate better – listen better!
Reflective listening is an easy-to-use four step system you can use to instantly become a better listener by reflecting back to the speaker what they ment by what they said.
A fast way to communicate effectively.read more
Here’s the secret to getting the most out of anything that goes wrong.
Bad events are going to occur… and yes, we don’t want to pretend that they didn’t – but your internal communication is the key. The way you define and label the event when you think about it will will control whether it moves you forward or holds you back.
Here’s how to define and label events when you think about them so that you extract the learning and move ahead.read more
We use labels all the time to simplify life.
The reason we use labels is because there’s so much information in the world that we can’t process every piece of it individually. So we group things together and we put labels on them. We have to do this to keep from being overwhelmed and maintain our sanity.
Think about the labels you use for yourself and those around you.read more
Communication in relationships can be some of our most challenging communication because romantic partners know each other so well and unempowering communication patterns can creep in from almost the beginning of the relationship.
In this article, I show you exactly how to break existing patterns and use effective communication to create a path to intimacy in any relationship.
Download and use my ten agreements as a starting point and enjoy the results!read more
Have you ever had to deal with emotional blackmail?
Emotional blackmail is when somebody threatens you in such a way that if you do or don’t do something, they’re going to unleash an emotion on you.
Here’s how emotional blackmail works and what to do about it.read more
What Other People Are Saying
It’s challenging to adapt, but it’s an effective strategy. I’m happy to see everyone making a conscientious effort to actively listen (including me). Brenda Bevington
The effort you have put into preparing and delivering this material is more than I can comprehend right now. The timing, staging, cadence.
Paul, your consideration of the audience demonstrates how effective these tools can be, and in the process of this demonstration introduced some of the most powerful skills I have ever learned about. This course and your delivery is nothing short of masterful. M. Johnston
Our attendees felt the awareness and insight to their own communication styles and how they interact with others was extremely valuable for their continued success… their only complaint was that they needed more time with Paul to explore using their results in everyday interactions. Jennifer Beery
This was far more relevant and meaningful for our global team than commonly recommended ice breakers and virtual activities. Brenda Bradley