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Mar 11th, 2019
Hasty Treat - Communication Skillz👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about communication — why it's important, how to improve, building good habits, tools and more!
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3:59 - Why it's important
- Projects can live or die by the team's communication
- Project timelines can be disrupted leading to big problems with scheduling
5:53 - How to improve communication skills
- Pay attention to what works
- Have a system – standups, weekly meetings, etc.
- Over communicating can be annoying but effective
- Realize that people can't read your mind, so having your intentions and timelines public and known is important
9:12 - Building good habits
- Need to practice
- Build systems to support new habits
11:04 - Tools we use to communicate