Earlier this week, the local chapter fell victim to another issue that could have been avoided had we developed a stronger communication system. In the past, these kinds of problems caused unnecessary complications that do more harm than good. What I haven't told you is that my administration was all over the problem from the moment it reared it's ugly head.
Moving forward, I would like to share a few recommendations on what I can do better next time. In closing, remember to recognize the problem when you are first made aware of it, control expectations by sharing your plans for resolution, and take action immediately. Subscribe to my newsletter today and you will receive the latest updates, articles, news, upcoming events, and FREE gifts. Survey DIY Leadership Analysis DIY Teamwork Analysis Tool Blog LMA Library Courses What do you need? As the president of the local chapter, I take responsibility for our lack of sharing and transparency.

As a result of that situation, I'd like to brainstorm some initial thoughts on the subject and identify a few recommendations for making things better in the future. Instead of addressing the issue immediately, the problem festered and quickly grew out of control. While I use the fraternal organization to introduce the topic, this problem is not limited to our membership, region, or gender only. Unfortunately, nobody outside the few called to fix it were aware of the strategy and the action to resolve  it. Instead of keeping silent, I would have reported what I knew and shared our plan to resolve it. When I was first made aware of the issue, I should have recognized that there was a problem.
You can do this by responding to an email or verbally expressing that you identify that there is a problem.
As the week rolled on, the membership received no official word on what the next steps were going to be.

As a result, people reacted the way you'd expect them to react in the absence of information.
As a result, members grew concerned, upset, frustrated, confused, and ultimately distracted. The effective communication checklistView the effective communication checklist to ensure that your team benefits from effective communication. Do you need to develop your communication skills?Do you need to develop your communication skills?
LMA offers a number of courses that develop and refine this much needed skill, click here to view LMA’s courses.

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