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Podcast0EP 21: Communication that Drives Results with Matthew Kovnesky

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Great communication gets the message out and connects the dots for your employees. Leaders have to be great communicators to inspire and motivate those they lead to ensure the best results possible. To help us dive into this topic further is Matthew Kovnesky, Employee Health and Benefits Consultant for Marsh & McLennan. In this episode, he will explain the importance of understanding how your employees want to be communicated to and how to ensure your employees feel heard.

Listen in as we discuss how to drive the results that you’re looking to drive and how to decipher the overarching story you’re trying to tell your employees. You will learn how to build trust with your employees so they never question their value in the company. Having conversations, even if they are hard conversations, is always a better option than leaving your employees in the dark.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How to build trust with your employees. (1:52)
  • The importance of understanding how your employees like to be communicated to. (3:29)
  • How to effectively drive results. (9:00)

Actionable Takeaway for HR Professionals:

  • Make sure your plan isn’t bigger than what you can actually achieve. (15:59)

Actionable Takeaway for Executives:

  • Company culture and communication is very important, so learn to effectively communicate with your team. (15:14)

Ideas Worth Sharing:

“Really knowing how they want to be communicated to is really key to any of the communication programs.” - Matthew Kovnesky Click To Tweet “How can we adjust our plan to help you as the employees?” - Matthew Kovnesky Click To Tweet “We need to establish really clear goals.” - @TraciLScherck Click To Tweet

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