Welcome to season four and episode 65 of the show! Today I’m joined by Meredith Bell who is the co-founder and President of Performance Support Systems, a global software company providing assessment and development tools for the workplace. Meredith is an expert in leader and team communications, the author of two books, and the host of the Strong for Performance podcast.
She’s spent the past 30 years working to create products and books that help people master communication skills. Alongside this, she has a deep understanding of what organisations can do to ensure that the knowledge imparted during workplace learning and development programs stick – tactics that we can also apply ourselves to ensure that what we hear on a podcast gets applied!
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Let’s get back to this episode in which we delve deep into the incredibly important, but little practiced skill of listening for us as leaders. I really enjoyed my conversation with Meredith, whilst also feeling somewhat pressured to ensure I was really listening to what she was saying.