Workplace CommunicationWorkplace communication remains an important issue in business. Companies in the United States alone lose $105 billion annually due to poorly performing employees. In other countries, the figures may not be as bad but they are just as telling – with the UK notching $24.5 billion, Australia $4.1 billion, and India $10.1 billion. On average, American managers waste 14% of their working hours correcting or redoing the mistakes of hours. Could poor workplace communication be the cause of these costly financial leaks? If so, is there a way to remedy the problem? This section explores the problems that arise in workplace communication, the ways to resolve them, and all the other concerns relating to workplace communication.
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Posted by Ben Carlsen. Published on Oct 06, 2009
What is the key to communication? REDUNDANCY! Once your employees have heard you, understood you, and accepted your message, they may do as you indicated or instructed. This is the key to communication.
Top Ten Money Saving Wedding Tips
Posted by tilak raj. Published on Sep 18, 2009
1. Plan your wedding ceremony and reception in the morning, on a Friday or Sunday night and consider the winter months for all these times and dates will be less expensive. 2. Try to keep your guest list minimal. 3. Make your own veil. YouÂ’ll find that most craft stores sell how-to books and even supplies on designing your own veil, which can save you hundreds of dollars. 4. Shop online for your wedding dress. Go to a nearby bridal shop and try on dresses so you know they fit, and once you find some you like, search for them
Healthy Communication – The Key To Good Leadership
Posted by Mike Barbarulo. Published on Sep 16, 2009
This article takes a look at the important role communication plays in an organization. It discuss three ways to build solid teamwork.
Business Communication – How To Make Your Work Communications More Effective
Posted by Sean R Mize. Published on Jun 21, 2009
Business communication refers to the type of communication used within and outside an organization with the aim to promote a product or a service or to rely information to employees and suppliers. Here's how you can make your business communications more effective…
Culture And Business Communication
Posted by Neil Payne. Published on May 15, 2009
In business the most valuable thing would be information and for it to be transferred from one body to the other, communication is the vital element that drives such process. But when the communication comes to certain influenced by culture, it is a whole new chapter to be understood. International businesses are facing a new dilemma whereby cross-cultural communication is introduced due to the major reforms brought about through internationalization, merging and joint ventures.
Confront Ineffective Meeting Behaviors
Posted by Tom LaForce. Published on Apr 14, 2009
If you want to stop bad behaviors in a meeting, you should take action yourself. Here are three ideas for making it easier to confront ineffective meeting behaviors.
Business Conversation Skills – Why They Are Important And How To Get Them
Posted by Austin Barnes. Published on Mar 24, 2009
Business conversation skills are a very important asset. A study showed recently, that CEOs who possess the ability to use small talk and were able to carry on conversations were also the ones who were higher paid and more successful.
Conflicts At Workplace Can Destroy Your Business
Posted by Wasil Ahmed. Published on Mar 13, 2009
Conflicts at workplace are specific form of problems that take place at a workplace. The nature of conflicts at workplace varies with respect to the environment, hierarchical structure, management perception and attitude, work culture and how cohesive the workforce is.
What Makes A Team Building Activity Work?
Posted by Will Bicknell. Published on Feb 25, 2009
Are you interested in finding out how to pull off a successful team building activity for your company? Read on to find out how to engage your team through activities with fundamental tips on what you should include.
How To Encourage Your Boss To Follow Through On Your Request In Dealing With The Bully
Posted by Valerie Cade. Published on Jan 27, 2009
You know you're right. This is a case of Bullying Behavior. Know that the boss you go to for intervention may not have the same needs as you. Go to page: