Are you familiar with any of the statements below:“I was baffled about the changes in my company.”“Management fail to communicate the reason for the change.” “I offered my feedback, but my manager did not take me seriously.”“I heard about the changes via the grave vine.”“I have problems communicating with my team.”“My employees are not buying into the changes.”Sadly, when companies promote people into a management position and do not provide the necessary training, they end up with a host of bosses who have significant problems communicating with their team. From my research, 60% of new managers underperform in their first two years resulting in increased performance gaps, an uninspired workforce and a significantly high rate of employee turnover. Many managers and leaders have a significant problem communicating effectively with their team, and as a result, their team suffers, and their organization becomes a very toxic place to work. Change is hard for many people, and quite frankly people don’t like change. As the leader, you must understand the crucial role communication plays in your organization especially during a change because it will determine if your change is a success or a complete failure. This book will help all leaders (existing, new and upcoming) understand why communicating the “why” of the change is so essential, the various communication channels one can use to deliver their message, how to segment their communication and many, many more. This book will help any leader from any sector create an excellent organization, and in the process help all leaders become great communicators.