Accelerating Accountability: Understanding Your Audience

When I first started, I was reactionary. I believed that great communication meant exhibiting a sense of urgency where everything had to be delivered real-time.

I never asked how much time they’d need to feel confident about changes — I was too focused on being able to report that everyone was notified and ready.

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