Address Color Blindness to Improve Communication and Relationships
Rebecca Bowyer tells one of her passionate stories from the workplace.
"Unbeknownst to them, he could not see the red lettering on the sign that they were emphasizing. Once they talked, their relationship improved immediately; the sign shop printed a new sign with only white letters, underlining the “NOT” and the inspector never parked in front of the gate again."
There are people with color blindness, or color vision deficiency, in every workplace. It takes awareness and a little extra effort to make your communication more effective with those who have the disorder. For example, this is a tip for improving your PowerPoint presentations.
Effectively communicating with the color blind will improve your relationships. Communicating with FINESSE takes a little extra effort. The rewards are worth it.
Resolve to Communicate with FINESSE!