Tag Archives: communication

Leaders are not Managers.

‘When a manager gives the order to “put this nut on that bolt, at this rate,” those receiving that command can feel used and dehumanized, but the only obvious choices for them are to either comply or quit.’ This extract from the third chapter in Chuck Blakeman’s Re-HUMAN-izing The Workplace sums it up well. Although […]

biggest problem in communication

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. If you want your business to be operational with minimal hiccups, you need to have a proper foundation of communication skills and techniques established in your company. It is a proven fact that clear communication is the key to running a […]

Participation Age

A Participation Age company hires people who put other people first.

Are you passionate about helping others achieve their goals? Then get yourself acquainted with the participation age for your businesses sake.  A Participation Age company causes people to get their brains back in a workplace setting. To name a few, the major principles Participation Age organizations have adopted are as follows: 1. Participation and sharing […]

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Peer communication benefits of “drivers of company greatness”

“Research across fifty-seven countries found that nearly half of the top fifteen drivers of company greatness are about building peer team community.” Peer team communication provides an environment for those working in a business to share ideas and learn through one another’s experiences. It’s a change of pace for employees to communicate with people they […]

Book is launched!

Re-HUMAN-izing
THE WORKPLACE

(by Giving Everybody Their Brain Back)
by Chuck Blakeman is available now on Amazon.