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Fill the information void

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If your organization does not regularly send emails or hard-copy memos to keep workers abreast of recent events and developments, it’s up to you to fill the information gap. As part of the organization, your employees want—and deserve —to know about company doings.

What do they need to know? Let employees know about big sales, acquisitions, customer gains or losses, changes in the upper-management ranks, and new product and service introductions.

Whenever possible, tie your staffers’ efforts to the company happenings.

Example: “Thanks to your hard work on that market-research project, the company saved a fortune in development costs.”

— Adapted from “The Value of Class: Leaders Who Have It Build Loyalty, Which Aids Any Organization,” Charles Lauer, Modern Healthcare,

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