Damian McAlonan on communications and leadership
Damian McAlonan, CEO of The Boost Partnership in London, UK, talks to host Sheelagh Caygill about the importance of leaders being outstanding communicators. He discusses how poor communication can impact all aspects of an organization, including employee engagement, customer relations, performance, and profitability.
Communications and employee engagement
The Boost Partnership creates unique, high-impact learning to help clients take on new challenges and thrive in today’s’ workplace.
It operates globally, delivering interactive workshops, keynotes, seminars, and executive coaching. Damian has extensive experience in coaching leaders and members of the c-suite on communication and employee engagement. He also runs leadership and management courses, advises clients on competitive business models, revenue approaches, and marketing strategies.
“Positive, optimistic, and confident”
Damian has been described as someone with a “unique ability to instantly get people feeling positive, optimistic, and confident whilst delivering meaningful advice in a straightforward way.”
In our series on employee engagement and workplace culture:
- Employee engagement: You get what you deserve
- Management role in employee engagement
- Actionable steps to implementing an employee engagement plan
- What is the role of corp comms in employee engagement
- A winning culture will improve employee engagement
Find Damian McAlonan online
The Boost Partnership
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