How To Give Employees The Information They Need To Know (And Get Them To Listen)

It is possible for people to be connected in a split second. This can be good, but bad for employers. It can make it impossible to concentrate on a single task. What you need to do is getting employees the information they need, and making sure they can connect it to their current work.

Key Takeaways:

  • Good office communication flow boils down to the four Ps: placement, packaging, portions and point-in-time. In other words, you’ve got to pass the message at the right time, in the right place and in nicely packaged, digestible bites.
  • Not so hard when your company is small, but as your employee roster starts to expand, you will really need to streamline your office communication channels to make sure every department in the company is receiving the correct information at the exact same time.
  • Everyone will not always be as up-to-date with all that’s happening as they were when you were just a small team of 15.

“The world has never been so connected – Asia, Europe, the Americas, Africa are all quite literally at your fingertips.”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2017/01/24/how-to-give-employees-the-information-they-need-to-know-and-get-them-to-listen/

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