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Today's leaders must have strong soft skills to inspire and equip teams to achieve your business goals. Benchmark delivers highly effective leadership development and leadership coaching solutions.

Benchmark's leadership consultants are experts in human behavior, communication and motivation. Fortune 500 companies call on Benchmark for customized leadership development solutions.

Leadership Communication

Stronger Communication Skills

Today's business executives are expected to have strong leadership communication skills. They must also have solid relationship skills. This is why recruiters and organizations value leaders with strong soft skills. Communication often tops the list of the most important soft skills. Organizations thrive with leaders that can motivate people toward business goals. They must also have the skills to create strong relationships and build trust with key stakeholders. Communication is the foundation of all these leadership attributes! Benchmark's team is passionate about helping leaders be stronger communicators and relationship builders. We utilize personality assessments and other tools to help us establish clear goals and game plans to help leaders gain the skills they need. Our goal is to help your leaders reach their full potential with consulting, training and coaching options.

Leadership Lion

Stronger Soft Skills

Soft skills are defined as character traits or attributes that affect your ability to work and interact with others. Most leaders need stronger skills in the following areas: relationship building, motivation, listening, nonverbal communication, compassion and empathy. Many executives also seek help with feedback strategies, systemic thinking, conflict management, decision-making, interpersonal skills, messaging and more. Discover how Benchmark's team can deliver stronger leadership communication skills and other core soft skills for leaders.


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LEADERSHIP 2018: What Effective Leaders Do Differently

Some leaders talk about it. Some leaders read books about it. Dave Barney, President and CEO of Knife River Corporation, actually does it. “It” is engaging employees! Barney counts time as a valuable commodity, and that is why he chooses to spend 70% of his time in the field talking with and...

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