LEADERSHIP I FOR FIRE AND EMS: STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY SUCCESS COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE COMPANY OFFICER Slide CM-1 OBJECTIVES The students will: Describe different types or methods most commonly used to communicate.
Discuss what makes communication effective given different situations. Identify organizational tattoos that prevent effective communication. Slide CM-2 OVERVIEW Types of Communication Organizational Tattoos
Slide CM-3 TYPES OF COMMUNICATION Verbal: Language Vocabulary -- Slang -- Industry Terminology Simply the words
Slide CM-4 TYPES OF COMMUNICATION (cont'd) Nonverbal: We send 65 percent of all messages nonverbally. We say so much without saying a thing.
Slide CM-5 TYPES OF COMMUNICATION (cont'd) Nonverbal: Body language -- Face --Arms, hands, -- Movement, posture How we stand or face each other -- Males--typically 90-degree angles
-- Women--face-to-face Slide CM-6 TYPES OF COMMUNICATION (cont'd) Paraverbal--it's not what you say, but how you say it Tone of voice Volume Enunciation Sarcasm can be sensed
Emphasis on the wrong word can give different meaning Pausing can change a meaning as well Slide CM-7 TYPES OF COMMUNICATION (cont'd) Written communication Business writing Report writing Personnel documentation
Personal correspondence Email Social networking sites and blogs Slide CM-8 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION Business writing: Company Officers (COs) need to know how to write a professional letter, memo, and formal thank you letter.
Slide CM-9 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION (cont'd) Report writing: Read by many people Need to be: -- Complete
-- Accurate -- Factual -- Legible -- Consistent -- Per policy -- Objective, not subjective Slide CM-10 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION (cont'd)
Personnel documentation: "If you didn't write it down, it didn't happen." Personal correspondence: Personal notes. Thank you notes. Letters of commendation. Best if hand written. Legible.
Short, but from the heart. Slide CM-11 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION (cont'd) Email Keep professional if at work Grammar and spelling No "texting" shorthand Work email subject to the Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) Social networking sites and blogs Be careful You're not anonymous Slide CM-12 Activity CM.1 How Do You Communicate? Slide CM-13
Get a positive one: Ethical Fair Good listener Good trainer Team player Slide CM-15 ORGANIZATIONAL TATTOOS (cont'd)
Negative tattoos are destructive: Opportunities can be missed. Good ideas are discounted. Bad ideas embraced. Good people aren't allowed to grow fully. Slide CM-16 ORGANIZATIONAL TATTOOS (cont'd) How to get rid of organizational tattoos:
Stop behavior that got you there. Allow tattoo to "fade." Replace negative tattoo with positive one. Supervisors must discourage placing negative tattoos on their people. Slide CM-17 Activity CM.2 Organizational Tattoos in Practice
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