We’re all well aware that good communication is crucial for a successful business. But what are some of the negative impacts of poor communication in the workplace?

According to a study done in 2018 by the Economist Intelligence Unit, poor communication is directly preventing business growth by leading to delays or failures to complete projects, low morale, missed performance goals, increased stress and lost sales. This podcast episode is all about communication in the workplace and we’ll go over some of the best ways to improve your communication skills.

Some of the sings which suggest that a company has issues with poor communication are unclear instructions from supervisors and having ineffective, pointless meetings. This also shows that the negative impacts of poor communication are more obvious when the leadership portion of the company is the one that’s causing it.

In order to be a good leader, you need to follow certain guidelines for effective communication. Let’s dive straight into the episode and check out some of the top tips for being a better communicator at work!

Our book of the week is titled "How to Win Friends and Influence People". It is a timeless classic that will help you get the job you want, improve the one you have and simply take any situation and make it work for you!

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How important would you say that emotional intelligence is for being a good leader? A Harvard Business Review article states that EQ accounts for 90% of what makes you a good leader. We’ll be breaking down these findings in this week’s episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee Podcast!

Emotional intelligence refers to our ability to stay on top of our emotions, recognize the same in others and approach our relationships with compassion and empathy. People with high EQ in the workplace have stronger, more meaningful relationships with their coworkers or employees and are all the better leaders because of it. There is absolutely no doubt that emotional intelligence will be one of the essential skills to have in the job market 10 years from now.

On today’s episode, we will discuss the top 3 ways for improving your emotional intelligence in the workplace and how exactly will leadership approach benefit from these practices.

Our book of the week is called “The Language of Emotional Intelligence: The Five Essential Tools for Building Powerful and Effective Relationships”. Make sure to check it out for more tips on developing your emotional intelligence. You’ll find exercises, self-quizzes, instructions for developing proven calming techniques and much more!

 

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Have you ever asked yourself how much time does the average person spend on managing conflicts? Tune into this week’s episode to find out!

Conflicts in the workplace are an important part of our everyday lives. Studies show that 85% of people in the workplace are dealing with some type of conflict. We spend a significant amount of time trying to manage and resolve them. Aside from that, they are also affecting our mood, our relationships with our coworkers and subsequently, they have an effect on the overall company culture. Sometimes, if leadership gets involved but doesn’t focus on the underlying issue, that can only add to the stress and potentially escalate the situation. That is why all employees need to have the right tools at their disposal in order to be able to effectively manage conflict. In this episode, we’re also getting into the top 3 tips on how to constructively resolve conflicts in the workplace.

Our book of the week which will provide you further insight on this particular topic is called “Resolving Conflicts at Work: Ten Strategies for Everyone on the Job”. It is a guide for preventing and resolving conflicts, miscommunications, and misunderstandings at work. In this book, you’ll find dozens of techniques for revealing how the inevitable disputes and divisions in the workplace are actually opportunities for greater creativity, productivity, enhanced morale, and personal growth.

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WE’VE MADE IT TO 200 EVERYONE! If that’s not a cause to put on a pot of your finest coffee than I don’t know what is!

I’d like to thank all of you for being a part of our Business, Life, and Coffee community. We’ve learned, shared, improved, boosted, perfected, upgraded, enhanced, raised and advanced together through 200 episodes! I hope you all had at least as much fun as I did because making these shows has truly been a blast.

I can’t wait to keep bringing you fresh content that will help you advance in your career or take your business to the next level. So make sure you stay tuned to our channel and all of our connected social media platforms you can find in the links below. As of today, we’re officially striving for the next milestone!

SPOILER ALERT!

This week, in honor of our jubilee, we’re looking back on some of the most memorable moments from the top 5 episodes of the Business, Life, and Coffee show, which are:

5. Episode 5 - How To Run a Start-Up Without Going To Business School

4. Episode 1 - Personal Finance: How Much Does Your Spouse Make? 

3. Episode 88 - More Than a Model: Inside The Beautiful Business Mind of Ashley Graham

2. Episode 7 - Why Side-Hustles Aren’t Successful

1. Episode 10 - Why Really Successful People Hate To-Do Lists Ft. Author Kevin Kruse

There are so many gems in these episodes that picking our favorite moments could have easily gone another way! Not to mention the fact that we have 194 more episodes which are full of awesome business, career and life lessons!

 

What’s your favorite Business, Life and Coffee moment?

Let us know in the comments and reach out to me on social media as well!

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Today we are joined by Krystal Stowe, a blogger, a fellow podcaster, and the founder of Brown Skin Mom. Krystal is on a mission is to empower moms all over, especially first-time mothers, with witty advice and facts to keep them up to date on the ins and outs of parenting.

 

Our topics include:

  • What is Brown Skin Mom and what it has to offer?
  • How to find the right balance between your career and raising a family.
  • What to expect in future episodes, starting with the Fatherhood Month Special?

 

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It’s hard meeting someone special while trying to run a successful business.

Being a young entrepreneur these days often means having less time for finding a relationship. Online dating is thankfully making it easier to meet new and interesting people, but are you sure you’re using it right?

 

We’re joined by Greg Schwartz the founder of Make Online Dating Fun, and he wants to help you improve your experiences with places like OkCupid and Tinder. He’s teaching professional people how to optimize their messages, photos, and overall profiles in order to get more dates than they know what to do with. No tricks or cheesy pickup lines involved!

 

In this week’s episode, we talked about the similarities between business life and dating life, the significance of communicating things that are important to you, and how simply going out for some ice cream can help you separate yourself from the pack. Improve Your Dating Profile With AI.

 

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