Unit VII Assignment OT&BPawpawdean01!
Unit V PowerPoint Presentation
Introduction Making communication mistakes within the organization
can be very embarrassing.
For instance, sending an email without proof-checking can make employees look unprofessional and sloppy.
Communication blunders can result in devastating effects that may tarnish the company's reputation.
This presentation presents some of the communication blunders, what companies can learn from them, and how to improve communication practices in the future.
Communication Blunder in the Company
Failing to edit work.
Delivering bad news through email.
Reacting instead of responding.
Using one-sided communication.
Communication Error and What Went Wrong (Shortfalls of Communication)
Using negative words when talking to employees.
Asking lowly questions.
Interrupting others while talking.
Showing negative body language.
Solutions to Fix the Problem
Develop a framework for organizational communication standards.
Establish a safe place for effective communication.
Set clear norms and expectations on communication.
Actively seek feedback.
Stop the communication silos.
Leverage technology for effective communication.
What Your Organization Can Learn from This Mistake
Managers should not try so hard to be in charge.
They shouldn't misjudge communication from the team members.
Always encourage feedback.
Effective communication improves employee engagement.
Ways to Improve Communication in The Future
Engaging the listener.
Taking time to respond to criticism.
Establishing listening skills.
Developing positive body language.
Respecting employees and colleagues.
Making effective communication a priority.
Everyone makes blunders in communication all the time.
However, organizations need to avoid common mistakes in communication.
Companies with effective communication strategies always realize they improved productivity, greater profits, and improved employee satisfaction.
Therefore, the company should avoid communication mistakes and develop an effective communication plan.
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- Slide 1
- Communication Blunder in the Company
- Slide 4
- Solutions to Fix the Problem
- What Your Organization Can Learn from This Mistake
- Ways to Improve Communication in The Future