Referrals can go south pretty quickly when the referred party fails to follow up or isn’t prepared for the requested outcome.
Overall, failing to follow through ends up leaving situations fertile for mistakes, wasted time and increased costs — and, at times, opportunities are missed all together.
With the speed that technology allows us to change messaging, data and manufactured products, the need to be as precise or exact about some details no longer exists. In some cases, good enough is really good enough.
If the opportunity you have been dreaming about and waiting for were to suddenly materialize, are you prepared to grab that brass ring?
Even with the best intentions, there are still times when our communications (or our failure to communicate) end up leading us down the wrong path. When this takes place, it is necessary to restate, repair or recover from a misstep or misstatement.
It’s important to communicate in a way that will ensure that the intent of your message is received. When preparing for a job interview (or an important business meeting), it is critical to be conscious of how all of these factors can distort the outcome if not planned out in advance.
Missed communications can turn into missed opportunities. If you have felt unheard or misunderstood and are still licking your wounds, let’s take a look at some things to consider about your contribution to any kind of miscommunication.
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