Do you love words or images? Or is audio your thing? Most of us show a preference, even when we’re capable of tapping into all of our senses.
Favoring your preferred orientation is perfectly normal and acceptable. However, don’t assume others are just like you, as CNN’s Anderson Cooper did when interviewing the poet laureate Amanda Gorman who read her poem “The Hill We Climb” at President Biden’s inauguration.
When you assume, you can get yourself into potential communication mishaps with others. Here’s what you need to know to avoid the common war between words and images. Forbes published this article on February 22, 2021.
Avoid Becoming a Statistic and Become Amazing Instead
Do you fully realize the risks you’re facing in your new position?
A whopping 40% of all leaders in a new role fail within their first 18 months.
Don’t want to become this statistic? Avoid making these 5 mistakes.