Poor line manager communications - How to fix it
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Poor line manager communications - How to fix it

About this Guide

Line managers play a crucial role in any organization's communication chain, yet they are frequently seen as a blocker and ill-equipped or inadequately trained for what they are expected to do.

This guide, authored for Poppulo by Ethan McCarty, CEO of Integral Communications Group, focuses on how to get your managers thinking about communications within their teams in order to produce more engagement across the board, including:

  • Transforming meeting rituals
  • Storytelling and employee recognition
  • Treating the physical experience of work as a communications 'channel'.
  • Shifting to side-to-side communications
  • Connecting great communications and strong leadership skills in the minds of managers

Author

Ethan McCarty

Ethan McCarty

Founder & CEO

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