Watch Rabbi Slatkin, founder of Slatkin Communications explain what the most important ingredients are to creating a company culture that works to give you the results that you want.
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As a relationship expert and a couples therapist, we've seen all too often what happens when communication breaks down in a marriage.
It's the same thing that happens at work.
You originally started what you do because you were passionate about making a difference and using your talents to contribute to the world.
But after a while...
You just don't feel respected
No one understands you
And it just feels like a darn shame and waste of your talents.
Or, the company is ready for a change.
And all you're getting is resistance.
You try to do what all the books and experts say to do but it's just not working with the types of people you need to collaborate with.
Because it's more than just communication.
In a marriage, you can't just have a struggling couple compromise or follow what the books say to do- using whatever popular communication "hack" is going viral.
There's usually a lot going on underneath the surface that no one is even aware of- such as-
Why someone is triggered by you specifically
Why you find yourself getting reactive to that customer
Uncomfortable situations that you just can't seem to roll with
You are a world of your own with unique experiences and nature that formed you.
Your boss is a world of his/her own with a unique vantage point.
Your coworkers come from a world of their own that made up who they are today.
Sometimes it takes a little bit deeper of a look at what is going on- like I do in my couples work- to fix your workplace environment.
Making it happier and more fulfilling, rather than just trying this or that latest "hack".
I love using my knowledge of psychology and relationships with businesses, corporate culture, and change management.
My name is Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin, M.S., LCPC and I am the founder of Slatkin Communications, providing training on effective communication and change management to corporations needing to enhance their corporate culture by through workshops, training, and consulting. After a decade of experience in working with high-conflict couples to help them feel heard and understood, create calm and connection, I decided to bring my approach in working with marriages to businesses to help bring about more effective communication, change, and team building in the workplace.
"Slatkin Communications were paramount in elevating one of the most critical and often overlooked attributes in our everyday business. By teaching us effective and efficient communication methods; we have seen an immediate positive impact throughout our entire team. Their services are a must have for any business looking to separate from the pack. Highly recommended."
-Lara Crandell Garcia, Adapden
They all have different personalities working under one roof and unless they learn how to work together, they will not thrive long-term as a business.
Whether it is different visions on a leadership level or varying work styles on an employee level, without the proper communication skills, talent and producitivity will not be maximized. Even more, internal conflict can serve to cripple a company at its core.
"People think that learning how to communicate effectively should be simple. And it is. But only if you know how it all works. Only if you understand people and the dynamics.
Very few people know it so well that they make it simple and can transform any workplace situation into a dynamic team of winners.
That's what Slatkin Communications does. They are the gold standard."
-Rabbi Stephen Baars, @StephenBaarsOfficial Inspiration, Wisdom, Motivational Speaker, Author
If there's one thing we know, it's how to communicate. Your customers, employees, and company culture will appreciate our insight.
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