Your managers and experts have great ideas that could improve your company’s performance. And your executives would consider them all if they only had time.
Like every company, you’re looking for more efficient and effective ways to make sure that front-line perspective informs executive decisions.
Using facilitation tools and practices based on how executives think and make decisions, your managers can learn to present ideas succinctly, facilitate collaboration, and drive commitment. As a result, executives can make better decisions in briefer meetings.
The ego feels compelled to perform and impress, but the best communication happens when you’re willing to be generous. Whatever the context, you can decide to be of service, to help people think together and make good decisions or make meaning. As you become more generous, you feel less anxiety and more creativity, connection, and confidence.