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How Effective Communication Helps Organizations to Improve Productivity

HR Tech Outlook | Thursday, January 27, 2022

Employees will be even more productive and motivated if they know department goals and believe that their recommendations are valued.

Fremont, CA: The effectiveness of a team depends on clear and efficient communication within the organization. Employees will be even more productive and motivated if they know department goals and believe that their recommendations are valued. How a company communicates with its employees as a manager may impact both company and their productivity. You may increase workplace communication between you and your staff by doing the following:

• Be open and honest

Establishing and supporting open communication will help gain the workers' trust and help them feel like important members of the team. To begin, be open and honest about their expectations. Telling staff about the methods that work and the alternatives that do not is a good idea. The company may develop answers as a team that makes employees understand the process by encouraging them to examine items that aren't functioning.

If the employer allows it, be open and honest about its accomplishments and finances. Employees value understanding how the firm is doing and where improvements may get made. By inviting the staff to offer their thoughts at meetings, the company may encourage them to be more open.

• Be approachable

Ensure that workers feel free to approach management with suggestions or concerns. Tell them they may contact management at any moment. When one doesn't need privacy, leave the office door open. Maintain a pleasant and welcoming demeanor, including nonverbal communication and body language. Even if one is harried or busy, slow down and appreciate staff rather than seeming rushed or busy.

• Update your employees

Employees may be unaware of larger initiatives and goals while focused on their jobs. By providing the employees with company updates, they may break down the barriers between management and employees. Inform them of the successful initiatives and those that were not. If the company is reorganizing roles, launching new products, or updating policies, let the employees know before sending out a company-wide email or a press release. Keeping the employees informed about business matters will help the company gain their trust.

 

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