Effective Communication in the Workplace

Poor communication accounts for wastes in time and money (not to mention the burning away of patience and courtesy). So how can you build effective communication in your workplace? Try (as this article from suggests) to be as transparent as possible, be prepared with documentation and follow-up steps, be as generic as possible with your descriptions, and to never assume someone understood you or that they’ve done the kind of work you’re asking for previously.

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