One lesson I have learned — and embarrassingly, sometimes the hard way — is that talking is easy, but communicating well is extremely challenging.
Over the years, I've worked diligently to hone these skills while also discovering that communication doesn't have to be complex. An idea sparked and then snowballed into my mission to better inform and educate the amazing people working in the restaurant industry about all aspects of HR through the use of simple terms and a focus on what really matters.
And as I've witnessed over and over again, when someone can express themselves and communicate effectively, they tend to get hired, promoted, or are finally offered the opportunity to learn that new skill. In other words, they find success.
So how can you strengthen your communication skills and move ahead? Here are seven steps to get you there.
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