Positive communication is communication that’s based on respect and builds trust and collaboration. Although it’s something that’s mostly been applied to the workplace, its goal is to build a psychologically safe space, and that’s something we can use in all our relationships. In fact, the research shows that positive communication doesn’t just benefit the other person, it also promotes health and wellness benefits for you! Today, I’m sharing the five keys to positive communication so you can not only inspire and influence the people around you but continue to build your own growth and healing.
Resources for the Five Keys to Positive Communication
Cook, C. R., Fiat, A., Larson, M., Daikos, C., Slemrod, T., Holland, E. A., Thayer, A. J., & Renshaw, T. (2018). Positive Greetings at the Door: Evaluation of a Low-Cost, High-Yield Proactive Classroom Management Strategy. Journal of Positive Behavior Int
Joan Waldvogel, Greetings and Closings in Workplace Email, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Volume 12, Issue 2, 1 January 2007, Pages 456–477, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1083-6101.2007.00333.x