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How to Improve Communication in the Workplace
Communication in the workplace can be one of the most
difficult parts of any given day. Since almost all
departments, positions and duties require communicating,
whether it is via phone, email or in person; you and
your team must all be on the same page in order to
communicate effectively. When communication breaks down,
it will cause lower workplace morale and decrease
ways to improve workplace communication to provide more
engaged employees, greater productivity, and higher
workplace morale. By following these tips, you will
begin to see a change in how your team communicates and
an increase in productivity.
improve workplace communication:
conversation to each audience
– Whether you are communicating with a co-worker, your
boss, a customer or random individual, you may need to
speak in a different style and share what you have to
understanding behavioral communication styles, you will
be able to adapt your style to match theirs for
increased understanding and commitment.
actively to the speaker
– When you become an active listener, it not only
means you are being respectful but you are making a
conscious effort to fully understand what the person
is saying. This also means paying good attention to
their facial and body language as they talk. Movements
help you better understand what they are saying and
help you remember.
– When you are relaying a message to someone else
(whether it is spoken or written), make sure you are
being concise and direct. In other words, make sure
that the language you are using is unambiguous and
relatively easy to understand. Throughout the
conversation, continue to check to see if the listener
understands what you are saying.
follow these three easy simple tips, not only will you
be a better communicator and listener, but you will
begin to notice employee morale and productivity
increase. The workplace will be working as a unified
team rather than a fragmented one.
of the marks of excellent people is that they never
compare themselves with others. They only compare
themselves with themselves and with their past
accomplishments and future potential."
– Brian Tracy
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