Communication is like a double-edged sword. Our words and actions hold great power, but people can also misinterpret them easily. Likewise, communication can be challenging for many of us. Nonetheless, the ability to communicate well is an essential component of our obligation as leaders. And if we wish to lead as Jesus led, we must also learn how He communicated.
In this episode, Tim shares three big things we can learn from the way Jesus communicated. He delves into the foundational principles of communication and explains why Jesus is the best example of a good communicator. He then shares some powerful tips, techniques, and philosophies that can help us emulate the way of communication that Jesus modeled for us.
Listen to this episode if you want to learn how to become better at communicating!
[05:33] “Even if you are not a follower of Christ... there is no one that really compares to what Jesus Christ did, and so we can at least try to learn from him.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[09:43] “Love is actually being very intentional and very focused.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[17:14] "One of the best things we can learn about communication . . . is it takes time. We've got to be patient." - Click Here To Tweet This
[20:09] “Titles don't really matter so we need to stop throwing our titles around.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[22:21] “I believe there's power in that stillness and quiet. It just allows us to not respond harshly, to not respond using our own ‘authority’ that we have.” - Click Here To Tweet This
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