Brad Bonomo Encourages Managers to Relate to Employees Personally

Brad Bonomo and I became acquainted when he made insightful comments on my Clubhouse room, “The Communication Corner.” I knew quickly that he would provide helpful information as the guest on my video/podcast “Biz Communication Show.” Above you’ll see that interview, which I encourage you to watch.

Among our discussion topics: communication flaws he discovers in his executive coaching, how managers can get helpful feedback from employees and how corporations maintained teamwork during the isolation brought on by Covid.

You’ll benefit greatly from watching the interview and taking careful notes. Also, you’ll see that at the end of the interview Brad gives his contact information, and I give mine.


You can watch many other interviews I’ve hosted on my YouTube channel, under this name:

Bill Lampton, Ph.D.

Additionally, you can listen to episodes of the “Biz Communication Show” on iTunes, where you’ll find it listed as:

The Biz Communication Show


I invite you to subscribe to my YouTube channel and my podcast on iTunes, so you will have access to future interviews–which always spotlight business communication experts.

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When you call, we’ll explore how I can work with you, so you will learn to communicate clearly, confidently and convincingly.

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For decades I have said that listening is one of our most powerful communication tools–yet one of the most neglected.

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