Form a Habit of Effective Communication

I just finished reading The Power of Habit – Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg.  Part Two of the book focuses on the habits of successful organizations.  Essentially, the author states that some organizational habits are “keystone habits” and they can influence many areas of the business. The author goes on to say that success doesn’t depend on getting everything right, but relies on identifying a few key priorities and fashioning them into powerful levers for the business.

Ascend Profiles’ clients are positioned to use Drake P3 to form a habit of effective communication.  When leaders habitually go to Drake P3 to gain insights about how to best communicate with peers and direct reports, the benefits of this enhanced communication can spill over into other areas of employee performance.

If effective communication and driving performance are important to you, please reach out and I’ll be happy to help.

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