Whether it’s in politics or the office, communicating with clarity and directness is a fundamental leadership quality that guides an organization through the best and worst of times. There’s simply no room for an effective leader to speak vaguely about important topics. If an issue or process matters to you and your business, spell it out clearly and repeatedly instead of vaguely hoping that others will come to the correct conclusion.
One of the most important duties of a leader is the ability to look at complex data and break it down into clear, specific and actionable components to help steer the company vision and drive revenue. But that same attention to clarity should be placed in areas that go beyond strategy and profits.
No matter the topic, remaining unequivocally clear as possible can be the difference between connecting with your organization to help them continue doing great things or confusing a capable group of people that simply need direction.
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