We can’t not communicate. Even a lack of communication, communicates something. Despite our own need to communicate, to be heard and understood, and the communication needs of those around us, we still don’t get it right all the time. Being able to recognize common communication style can help. The goal of this activity isn’t to label anyone as one type of communicator. Rather the goal is to use the styles as a step towards clearer communication.
This activity is based on a Forbes article by Mark Murphy. You can read the article here or in the Resources tab in the Storyline.
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If you’ve viewed this on a mobile device you’ve no doubt realized that dials just don’t work that well on very small screens. Despite my love of dials and all things that spin the version below is a better choice for accessibility across all devices. Click the Launch button to open a mobile friendly version in a new tab or window.