How to Make Workplace Communications More Thoughtful

Jan 21, 2019 | Downloadable Tools for Leaders, Executive Coaching Blogs, Team Training, Workplace Communication

There’s a lot of talk about expressing gratitude nowadays. To your colleagues, this might mean saying thanks for a connection they made. Or that you appreciate how they split that awesome dessert with you at lunch. Whatever goes!

Keeping in touch is a great way to strengthen our relationships. But too often we take the easy route with these follow-up messages. Or worse, we forget to send them at all.

In this video, I’m sharing my go-to tactic for thoughtful follow-ups. This method not only tells someone that you appreciate their help, it also lets you show off your personality. Win-win!

After you check out this video, please share some feedback in the comments section. I’d love to hear your thoughts on how to put this advice in action.

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