Enjoy a Managerial Improved Productivity: Breaking Communication Barrier



To enjoy a managerial improved productivity, break the communication barrier in the workplace.

 

πŸ“Œ Create an “open door” attitude to be approachable.

 

πŸ“Œ Create a common language for easy communication.

 

πŸ“Œ Increase the subordinate-boss bond and relationship.

 

πŸ“Œ Eliminate judgment and negative criticism as it creates a barrier that demoralizes employees’ willingness to communicate in the workplace.

 

πŸ“Œ Avoid mistrusting.

 

πŸ“Œ Make your meetings interactive and fun. Welcome employees to boldly ask questions and make a contribution. Appreciate the confidence to speak up. Create a mandatory Q&A session at the end of your meetings for more engagement and clarity.

 

πŸ“Œ Be explicit in letting your people know they play a critical role in meeting organizational objectives by speaking up. 

 

πŸ“Œ Encourage subordinates to brainstorm innovative ideas for the market that can move the company forward.

 

πŸ“Œ Build employees with poor communication skills instead of trashing them.

 

πŸ“Œ Draw out those people who don’t speak up in meetings.

 

Start from today to listen more to your employees than you speak, and you will be well on your way toward building a company filled with employees who feel safe to speak up without hesitation, and you will enjoy a managerial improved productivity.


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