“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” - George Bernard Shaw
In this episode, Kimberly wants us to think about communication styles in the same way we think about the famous 5 love languages - understand who we are, how we receive information, and how others around us receive information. So lean in for this insider’s look into one of Kimberly’s most popular workshops and learn her 5 keys to effective communication in the workplace.
How best to approach analytical thinkers
Why intuitives thrive on big visions rather than fine details
Functional thinkers = how are we going to make this happen?
Keeping conversations light and casual with personal communicators
5 keys to effective workplace communication
“It's not enough just to communicate how you want to communicate. You have to understand how is this information going to best be received?” - Kimberly Brown
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Kimberly shares her honest opinions and best advice on managing your career. Her delivery is direct, concise and easy to follow. Loved her episode with Ariel and their thoughts on burnout. A must listen!
So, so good! Kimberly just has IT!
I love the messages and positive energy of this podcast. I want to use the tips in my daily life. I listened to “Mixtape Confidence” episode and it was very insightful on how personal life and work are a balance that we need to focus on. Also , i love the reference to the movie “Girls Trip”. The actress Tiffany Haddish has a very inspiring story . Hopefully one day she will be a guest on the podcast
Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.