Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang’s expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 22, Molly’s 1st caller Jilly, a 4th grade teacher asked about effectively giving feedback, so that both a student and their parents better receive it. Darren, from Sydney, was keen for ways to help his leadership team adapt to working virtually in these Covid-19 times, and best support one another and their whole group (9:40). Jim, who leads a salesforce, discussed the balancing act of compassion and empathy for customers with the need to also sell (27:40). Molly responded to 2 LinkedIn questions (35:20). Lastly, from Cairo, Ahmed wanted to handle his frustration when different generations on his team have different perceptions of good work ethic (41:15). Tune in & learn to navigate work while being invaluable & true to yourself. “Knowing others is knowledge, knowing yourself is wisdom.” –Lao Tzu
Molly Tschang's Say It Skillfully™ is a show that helps you benefit from Molly's guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. She helps everyone from CEOs to interns to recognize that we are all both part of the problem as well as the solution, and that the path to solving any problem is to say what needs to be said. Molly is a rare breed: tough enough to advise CEOs and company boards, but empathetic enough to understand the human costs of not allowing talent to shine. She has helped dozens of management teams navigate the human after-effects of mergers and acquisitions, and her show brings her expert guidance to a wider audience. Listen for Say It Skillfully™ every Tuesday at 8 AM Pacific Time/11 AM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.