Bridging the Communication Skills Gap

Research from the Graduate Management Admissions Council finds that communication is one of the most important skills businesses are looking for in their leaders, potential leaders, and high performers. In fact, four of the five skills employers rank as most important in new recruits are related to communication: oral communication, listening skills, written communication, and presentation skills. And yet, these remain among the most difficult skills for employers to find in current teammates and potential hires.

In our new infographic, we break down what "communication skills" really mean in a professional context and what leaders and aspiring leaders need to focus on in order to close the gap.

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Download this infographic to learn:

  • The importance of communication in recruiting and in the workplace.
  • How to break down the broad category of "communication" into discrete skills and behaviors.
  • How to close the top 5 communication skill gaps.

Get the Infographic

What our clients are saying

 

Wow, this totally changes the way I give my CEO feedback.

 


 

- Fortune 50 CMO

  

 

 

"This is like Fitbit for my communications."

 


 

- Fortune 10 CEO

 

 

"QC has been integral in giving our Executive MBAs incisive feedback and developmental tools to improve their communication, and their leadership communication data is unprecedented."


 - Management Professor, Top 20 Business School