There’s no doubt that an organization requires excellent communication on the part of both managers and their subordinates. However, managers sometimes tend to take this for granted, and their subordinates do not wish to broach the topic as they assume that their manager isn’t going to listen anyways.
So here are tips by which managers can prevent this from happening:
Tip #1: Ask your employees about whether you communicate effectively or not, or whether communication in the organization is effective enough for them to carry out their tasks.
Tip #2: Find ways to assess your own communication knowledge and understanding.
Tip #3: Another important aspect is to review the structure of the organization and as to whether there is an environment of direct or indirect communication.
Tip #4: Once you get a fuller understanding in completing the first three tips, then you should set out to reach a consensus as to certain rules about how people should communicate at work. And this could pertain to how staff communication occurs and how managers and staff also do the same. Most importantly, one should also decide how information is shared in the organization for tasks that need to be completed.
Tip #4: Always remember that the key to excellent communication is active listening, and in imbibing a culture where people listen much more, you will find that productivity levels increase while