4 Ways to Ensure Effective Communication

4 Ways to Ensure Effective Communication

We are all unique and have our preferred way of doing things, which C-me expresses in the language of four different colour combinations. Our individual colour combinations affect how we communicate with one another and can impact team communication.

Don't know about using colour to describe behaviour? Head to our blog to learn more about colour as a common language!

Which colour preferences are you and your team?

We all have a unique blend of the four colours. Try relating the colours to you and your colleagues, then follow our tips below and see what impact it has on your communication.

C-me Colour wheel general characteristics

Now try our top tips for effective communication with others..

Tips for communicating with an individual leading with a Blue colour preference:
  • Give facts, ideally in writing
  • Be rational and practical
  • Ask for their questions
  • Discuss the principles
  • Be logical and thorough
  • Listen carefully to questions
  • Allow time to prepare
Tips for communicating with an individual leading with a Red colour preference:
  • Demonstrate conviction
  • Identify their role quickly
  • Be direct and action-focused
  • Present options
  • Focus on success
  • Be clear and brief
  • Refer early to the objective
Tips for communicating with an individual leading with a Yellow colour preference:
  • Be interactive and friendly
  • Use visuals
  • Allow free flow ask for their questions
  • Be light and fast-pace
  • Make direct eye contact
  • Seek their views and ideas
  • Allow for an open discussion
Tips for communicating with an individual leading with a Green colour preference:
  • Allow time for discussion
  • Listen carefully
  • Show sincere interest
  • Be polite and courteous
  • Consider their opinions 
  • Be sensitive; feeling matter clear and brief
  • Progress at their relaxed pace

Alongside Effective Communication, C-me provides a range of different development topics within our reports.

Our profiles and reports are easy to understand, offer clear actionable solutions and add value immediately. What's also great is that you don't need to have a psychology degree to interpret them! 

In addition to Communication, some of our report chapters include:
  • Your personalised graphs and colour position
  • Resilient strengths and team contribution
  • Areas for development and blind spots
  • Remote working preferences
  • Enabling engagement and role agility
  • Handling setbacks and managing stress
  • Action-learning

View a sample report

 

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