A Leadership Lesson From an Army General: Use "Briefback" Communication
Being an effective leader means having strong communication skills, and this tip from a retired three-star general will make sure your communication is always ironclad.
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We are in a world where most communication is one way. Email is a classic example. We make assumptions that people understand our intentions, but just because you've sent an email doesn't mean that people have read it, much less understood it. With three-way communication, you clear things up easier and faster.
The tiniest miscommunication can throw everything off the rails, so it's good to always be as clear as possible, no matter the task. You may not be in charge of people's lives, but that doesn't mean you can't use the same tried and true methods that military leaders use. As Kearney says, "leadership is deliberate: you don't accidentally have successful teams."
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