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Be BRAVE and COMMUNICATE effectively

Updated: Jul 26, 2023

Brave Communication:

1️⃣ Fear of rejection or conflict

2️⃣ Fear of making mistakes

3️⃣ Anxiety and Avoidance

4️⃣ Overconfidence and confirmation bias

5️⃣ Time Pressure and Cognitive Laziness

6️⃣ Fear of being perceived as incompetent

7️⃣ Lack of Communication skills

8️⃣ Avoiding Accountability

To address these fears and encourage a more effective approach, leadership coaches can work with individuals to improve communication skills, build confidence, and help them recognize the benefits of seeking and verifying information. Additionally, fostering a culture of open communication and encouraging the value of verifying facts can help organizations reduce the prevalence of assumptions and promote a more accurate and informed decision-making process.

𝙄𝙢𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩𝙖𝙣𝙩: When leaders approach these fears, it’s best to do it with an open mind and in a

Psychological safe space.

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