to make our authentic selves known. ©
By: Isaiah Mākar
“The more an individual can authenticate themselves, the more authentically they will behave and communicate.” [essay excerpt]
Poetically humanizing workplace communication to make our authentic selves known
is an essay written by Isaiah Mākar.
The essay details the difference between traditional communication and spoken word poetry communication. Isaiah explains how spoken word poetry communication skills are transferable in the workplace and how this modern approach can help individuals edit the rough draft version of themselves to perform better in their careers. The essay also provides insights on how the Mākarshop service was developed and the bigger goal he is working towards: partnering with innovative companies and business driven universities to remix the way leaders communicate, using a cross-interdisciplinary approach through spoken word poetry’s communication skills.
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