Business Communication (BC)-SLAM stands for Strategic Leadership, Accountability, and Management. It is a process that organizations can use to improve communication between managers and employees.

The goal of Business Communication SLAM is to help managers and employees better understand each other’s roles and responsibilities in the organization. The process includes four steps:

1. Define the problem or opportunity that needs to be addressed.

2. Develop a plan for communication that includes specific goals, strategies, and tactics.

3. Implement the plan and monitor its effectiveness.

4. Adjust the plan as necessary based on feedback from employees and results achieved.

Business Communication SLAM can help organizations improve communication by increasing understanding between managers and employees. By using this process, organizations can identify opportunities for improvement and develop plans to address them.



C-SLAM is an acronym for "Selling, Leading, and Managing." It's a communication style that's direct, concise, and focused on results.

C-SLAM communications are all about getting to the point. There's no need for small talk or pleasantries. You state your purpose and then you get down to business. This approach can be effective in certain situations, such as when you're trying to sell something or when you need to communicate difficult news.

However, SLAM communications can also come across as harsh or insensitive. If you're not careful, you may alienate your audience or fail to build rapport. This approach is not always appropriate, so it's important to know when to use it and when to avoid it.

We infuse behavioral assessments for this communication SLAMs. Assessments may include Emotional Intelligence and DISC from our certified practitioners, consultants, and trainers.