Communication is one of the absolute most important things a company can focus on not only between themselves and their audience but also within the company itself. According to a Towers Watson study, companies with highly effective communication practices enjoy 47% higher total returns to shareholders compared to organizations with poor communication. This is not a small number. This emphasizes just how critical this is. There are many ways to go about bringing positive communication skills and habits into the workplace from interpersonal to workflow coordination, but it does take some time and effort to implement these practices. Obviously, the effort is well worth it. Not only will it save you time and money with turnover related to employee satisfaction, but happy employees produce more and work harder for you which positively affects your bottom line. Check out how to improve internal communication in 10 steps to help your company do business better.
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