Whitney T. Evans, MHA – Skills For Early Careerists to Effectively Communicate With Senior Leaders
Skills For Early Careerists to Effectively Communicate with Senior Leaders
The two most important skills or techniques that I have practiced for effective communication with Senior leaders is emotional intelligence and discovering motivations. In my experience, executives with fine-tuned emotional intelligence have been able to influence change in their organizations as the world of healthcare is ever-changing. Discovering motivations of staff, peers, and senior-executives is also a skill that I am consistently refining as I grow in leadership. Managing personalities and motivations is a challenge, but it is also rewarding when breakthrough occurs. Continually practicing this skill through leading meetings and conducting presentations has helped me tremendously. The feedback from these experience is invaluable.