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Improving Remote Business Communication By Bringing Back Humanity With Dr. Diane Lennard Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

    • Management

Improving remote business communication is the key to better Zoom calls and video conferencing. Although staying engaged with faces on a flat screen is exhausing and dehumanizing. Technology is a primary lifeline to the workplace with more employees working from home than ever before and that makes improving remote business communication critically important to employee engagement and retention.
Dr. Diane Leonard has researched this phenomenon and offers practical tips you can start using right away to breathe life back into your remote communication skills. She also has a no-strings-attached download you can access in the Related Resource section called: Is Remote Work Fueling Your Burnout? Be sure to check it out!
What You’ll Discover About Improving Remote Business CommunicationWhy addressing the absence of non-verbal cues is essential to improving remote business communicationHow improving remote business communication includes ensuring everyone’s voice gets heard The role safety plays in improving remote business communicationWhy improving remote business communication can help reduce burnoutAnd MUCH more.
About Dr. Diane LennardDR. DIANE LENNARD is a professor of management communication at NYU Stern School of Business and a communication coach for executives, teams, educators, and professionals. She has taught courses on strategic team communication and engaging audiences and served as the Director of Langone Education and as a faculty development consultant for Stern’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.
She is also the founder of Lennard & Company, a firm that provides communication coaching to educational institutions, corporations, and individuals who want to expand their communication abilities in diverse work settings.
A leading expert in workplace communication, she is the author of Coaching Models: A Cultural Perspective, Strategic Communication at Work: The Impact Paradigm, and Humanizing the Remote Experience through Leadership and Coaching: Strategies for Better Virtual Connections.
Related ResourcesFREE PDF NO STRINGS ATTACHED DOWNLOAD: Is Remote Work Fueling Your BurnoutNYU Stern School of BusinessHumanizing the Remote Experience through Leadership and Coaching: Strategies for Better Virtual Connectionhttp://www.LennardAndCompany.com/https://www.LinkedIn.com/in/diane-lennard-152a55/
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Improving remote business communication is the key to better Zoom calls and video conferencing. Although staying engaged with faces on a flat screen is exhausing and dehumanizing. Technology is a primary lifeline to the workplace with more employees working from home than ever before and that makes improving remote business communication critically important to employee engagement and retention.
Dr. Diane Leonard has researched this phenomenon and offers practical tips you can start using right away to breathe life back into your remote communication skills. She also has a no-strings-attached download you can access in the Related Resource section called: Is Remote Work Fueling Your Burnout? Be sure to check it out!
What You’ll Discover About Improving Remote Business CommunicationWhy addressing the absence of non-verbal cues is essential to improving remote business communicationHow improving remote business communication includes ensuring everyone’s voice gets heard The role safety plays in improving remote business communicationWhy improving remote business communication can help reduce burnoutAnd MUCH more.
About Dr. Diane LennardDR. DIANE LENNARD is a professor of management communication at NYU Stern School of Business and a communication coach for executives, teams, educators, and professionals. She has taught courses on strategic team communication and engaging audiences and served as the Director of Langone Education and as a faculty development consultant for Stern’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.
She is also the founder of Lennard & Company, a firm that provides communication coaching to educational institutions, corporations, and individuals who want to expand their communication abilities in diverse work settings.
A leading expert in workplace communication, she is the author of Coaching Models: A Cultural Perspective, Strategic Communication at Work: The Impact Paradigm, and Humanizing the Remote Experience through Leadership and Coaching: Strategies for Better Virtual Connections.
Related ResourcesFREE PDF NO STRINGS ATTACHED DOWNLOAD: Is Remote Work Fueling Your BurnoutNYU Stern School of BusinessHumanizing the Remote Experience through Leadership and Coaching: Strategies for Better Virtual Connectionhttp://www.LennardAndCompany.com/https://www.LinkedIn.com/in/diane-lennard-152a55/
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