Effective Communications in the Workplace


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Essay #: 057534
Total text length is 10,569 characters (approximately 7.3 pages).

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Effective Communications in the Workplace
No business entity can successfully exist without effective communication within the organization. Successful group performance is predicated on group members’ ability to coherently express their thoughts and needs through reading, writing, speaking and listening. In essence, communication allows for the transference and understanding of meaningful information between individuals or groups. While the core functions of communication in the workplace remain the same the modes, methods and motivational techniques associated with communication continue to evolve. A strong emphasis on communications training within the organization will provide a framework for managers to lead their work group, motivate...
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