Team Communication Feedback

Team Communication Feedback

Build better communication skills through team feedback, practice, and perception

Updated Aug 28, 2017

There are a number of ways to approach improving a skill. However, one very effective method is to have others pay attention to our actions and then provide us feedback. This method works really well for communication skills. When we ask others to let us know when we perform a particular communication action, we find ourselves doing this action more often. This is great for a number of reasons. First, when we do more of a communication skill, it becomes more and more natural for us to do. Also, the more we do something, the better we get at it. Finally, when others pay attention to our actions, they tend to think we’re getting better at it—their perception changes, and in this case they see you as a better communicator.

This course will provide a process for you to improve three communication actions you need to strengthen to be a better communicator with your team.

Course Accreditation

This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).