We work with small business owners & organizations 3 ways:
Championship Small Business
Your Small Business Championship Culture Game Plan is Skip’s proven three-strategy system to lead your company to a more positive, more productive and even more profitable workplace. See an overview of the three strategies and explore its possibilities for you, your team, and your company here.
Skip’s keynote addresses and seminars on workplace communication are “the perfect balance of practicality and inspiration.” High-level content with anecdotal client case studies, and stories from Skip’s 20-year professional baseball career, make him a fit for virtually any conference.
Communication is the root of every issue, problem, and SUCCESS in your company. Small business leaders must learn to communicate to motivate at each of the three levels of communication influence. Learn about the three levels and why you face a 67% risk when you communicate here.
Satisfied Customers Speak
“Skip, you told me your program would pay for itself 5-10 times over. I had trouble seeing how that was going to happen, but you were right! It did pay for itself to that degree!”
“Skip, after working with you we’ve become much smarter at managing our people and our bottom line, which has made a significant difference. Our profit went up 50%!“
“The work Skip did with our entire division transformed how we communicate and work together! Skip was a pleasure to work with and brought our organization high-value and a measurable return on our investment.”
Skip Weisman In The News
A sought-after authority on workplace communication, Skip Weisman has been interviewed, quoted, and featured in major media including FOX Business News, USA Today, Forbes, and more.
On Fox Business News, Skip talks with host Dennis Kneale about improving workplace communication by overcoming The 7 Deadliest Communication Sins:
Read Skip’s Most Popular Recent Blog Articles on Workplace Communication
The Problem With Workplace Communication Is…It Lacks “Specificity”
Three times in three different contexts last week this issue of “a lack of specificity” (Workplace Communication Sin #1) came up in conversations with clients or facilitating sessions with teams of employees.
You can learn something from each.
How Can I Get Employees to Accept Constructive Feedback
This is a frequently asked question. It has a very simple answer you are probably not going to like.
If you want to have people on your staff to be less defensive to “constructive feedback” and more open to receiving it and actually doing something with it, the simplest solution is…
The Best Workplace Communication Tool, EVER!”
Interpersonal communication in the workplace is complicated, isn’t it?
Trying to figure out the best way to communicate with multiple personalities in the workplace can be stressful and confusing, can’t it?
But, you have to start somewhere, and this is the best strategy I’ve found…
Communication Power For Leaders
Your ability to communicate to exert positive influence in the workplace, whether you are leading the company, leading a team of employees, or desire to either, is vital to your success. Communication impacts every aspect of your business and personal life, including any failure or success, or problem or issue you need to address. Additionally, it is vital for you to master communicating to exert positive influence at three different levels.
Yet, no one teaches us how to communicate to influence – which some say is the most important skill you need to experience and enjoy the satisfaction of achievement.