THIS IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE...
Have you ever been on the receiving end of a communication where you were sure you understood the other person only to find out that you didn't?
Or... have you ever talked, emailed, or texted someone and you were positive you got your idea across only to have it turn out to be a disaster?
Effective communication is the foundational skill that moves you ahead in your career, builds strong relationships, gets your ideas across, empowers you to lead, and builds strong relationships.
Without it, you and your teams struggle, people leave, and you and your business suffer.
Every team has patterns of communication that have been established over a period of time. What are yours?
Sometime these patterns are established on purpose, but most of the time they accumulate based on the natural tendencies, strengths, and challenges of team members combined with the culture of the organization.
So... here's an important question:
Do your communication patterns serve you and your teams well?
Sometimes these patterns serve us and our organization well, and sometimes they cause problems that aren't even recognized as communication problems.
But it doesn’t happen automatically because…
Most people were never taught how to communicate.
Not from our parents… not in grade school… not in high school… and not even in college or university.
Even business communication classes don’t give you practical skills you need to succeed in today’s ultra- competitive workplace.
So, what can you do?
Fortunately, there are easy-to-learn and easy-to-use step by step systems, methods, and frameworks you can learn and follow to communicate effectively even if you have struggled your entire life.
These strategies don’t eliminate the people aspects of communication and relationships, they just take away the mystery and leave the good parts.
And if you’re already a good communicator, you can be even better… fast.
Live keynotes, workshops, and seminars are the best way to get fast communication improvement in your people, teams, and organization.
Each event is based on Paul's proven frameworks and strategies developed during the past fifteen years and then customized to meet your exact needs.
Everyone will have fund and instantly use what they learn.
Health, time, and budget constraints may make a virtual event a better choice to meet your needs.
All live events can be delivered virtually. In addition, Paul has created special programs that are optimized for virtual delivery.
These events are interactive with discussion and exercises to hold the attention of your attendees. Customization, handouts, and other supporting resources are also included.
Assessments, books, special reports, and self-paced micro learning programs are cost effective and fast ways to build a culture of effective communication in your organization.
Each learner can learn at their own pace and select resources to meet their particular needs, or we can create a customized online learning program to meet your specific needs.
a new way to think about EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
Paul Endress is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and nationally recognized expert in the science and strategy of effective workplace communication.
Paul is the architect of two pioneer products, Communication Styles 2.0™ and Communication Dynamix™, which individuals and organizations use to gain a competitive advantage in their businesses.
A captivating speaker, Paul has helped tens of thousands of business professionals become outstanding communicators through his coaching, consulting, seminars, speeches, and products.
The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, and dozens of other leading business publications have quoted Paul’s expertise and insights on effective workplace communication.
Each of these FREE resources takes less than ten minutes and gives you a valuable skill to become a more effective communicator.
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 meant by what they said.
Have you even been in the situation where you had to comfort someone and you didn’t know what to say?
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.
We use labels all the time to simplify life.
Labels allow us to group things together to keep from being overwhelmed and maintain our sanity.
While they allow us to live in a complex world, they also cause prejudice and problems.
Because effective communication is the foundational skill that underlies all other skills, our mission is to create frameworks and strategies that any person or team can use to communicate more effectively regardless of their background or current skill level.