By Lee Polevoi
What happens in a workplace where there’s poor or little communication? It’s not a pretty picture. Projects go uncompleted, performance suffers, the needs of your clients are unmet, and little innovation occurs. What’s more, poor communication feeds on itself. If team members sense you’re unreceptive to their attempts to communicate, they will likely stop trying altogether.
But in an atmosphere that encourages, team members feel confident enough to share information and take proactive steps to address situations and concerns so you don’t have to.
Effective communication starts with you, the manager, and the tone you set in the workplace. It may require some time and effort to get it right, but you’ll see the benefits in outstanding performance and support.
Be an active listener
Chances are, your employees have a good feel for what’s happening in the company. Given proper encouragement, ...(register to read more)