Dr. Ethan F. Becker teaching Crisis Management at the RAZAK School of Government in Malaysia. The intention of the seminar was to help leaders understand how to communicate effectively during crisis situations. When leaders and managers are not prepared to communicate predictability, safety, and control, the results can be devastating.
As an Executive Communication Coach, I’m thrilled to see Neurodiversity becoming more recognized and celebrated at work. However, its nuances in the workplace can cause frustration and miscommunications. For example, if you work with someone who rarely makes eye contact, you might assume they are shy, nervous, or uncomfortable. Using eye contact is an essential nonverbal communication behavior that most of us use automatically in work interactions. Eye contact helps people communicate their interest and