The Evidence is Striking:
80% of all work problems can be traced to a lack of open, honest communication. How often have you been surprised or blindsided or said to yourself I wish I would have known. The key is to get the unsaid said in order to increase innovation, speed, teamwork, and profits.
Steven Gaffney is the global authority on teaching organizations to tell the truth and communicate more effectively.
Steven uses his expertise in honest communication to improve workplace quality and innovation in order to immediately impact the bottom line. He is an esteemed member of the Million Dollar Speakers Group for the National Speakers Association, and has authored a number of publications on how honesty in the workplace is the most effective way to solve organizational problems.
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Notice vs. Imagine
The Most Important Communication Strategy to Boost Teamwork, Build Remarkable Relationships, and Get Things Done.
Extend your learning to the members of your team and organization with exclusive access to the Notice vs. Imagine E-Course from Steven Gaffney Company. Focused video lessons and downloadable worksheets allow members to access Steven’s valuable principles on their own time and from anywhere in the world.
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Over 20 Years of Experience Providing Unmatched Results for Top Executives and Government Officials
Improve Leadership, Interpersonal Skills and Conflict Management
In today’s ever-changing world, speed is everything, the ability to move with velocity is dependent on the ability to lead, communicate, and manage during change and times of uncertainty. Steven’s solutions to these problems can be found in the following publications.
21 Rules for Delivering Difficult Messages
Challenging situations are a normal part of life, making the ability to successfully deliver difficult
information a critical skill in the workplace, as well as in our personal lives. Unfortunately, people often
delay sharing difficult messages because they don’t know how to deliver the information effectively.
But the truth is, time usually does not fix problems, it deepens them.