Essentiality is a powerful skill that helps you be clear, with yourself and with others, about what is most important. When you practice getting down to the very essence of what you need others to hear from you, or what others need you to hear, that is an act of valuable communication and an act of care.
Communication – the quality of conversation we hold ourselves to and our sense of timing – is an absolutely critical piece of leading and working in a way that drives value and vitality. Getting clear on what is most important to bring to a conversation and what is most important to listen for helps improve efficiency, yes, but also builds trust, connection, and accountability.
Roger Henderson joins Mickey and Emma Rose to discuss why essentiality matters and how to practice it.
April 12, 2023
Emma Rose has a diverse background in B2B marketing and sales, psychology, hospitality, and mental health and wellness. She is deeply passionate about what makes us […]Read more