Tag "two-way communication"

listening to understand

Research in the past has indicated that employees who don’t believe their bosses are listening to them are less likely to offer helpful suggestions and new ideas. This makes it imperative for leaders to stop hearing and start listening, actively.*

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lend an ear

Communication is the cornerstone of an engaged workforce. A company’s workforce represents its most significant investment and ultimately determines the success or failure of the organization. Engaged employees are far more likely to demonstrate the dedication and commitment that are essential to the long-term growth of any company, large or small.* Communication should not be seen as a challenge but a way to enhance the performance of employees in an organization.

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a thumb rule

Listening, an important life skill, is crucial in communicating and building one’s business. It is a skill that defines competence and should be given more importance by leaders.

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