Poor communication is commonplace.
Many times, poor communication is just an annoyance that doesn’t cause harm. But there are times when poor communication can cause great damage.
So, Here are 3 tips that will help you avoid this:
Give people a reason to listen. Are you providing valuable or actionable information, or are you just spouting useless information? Not everyone needs the information you want to communicate. Make sure you are communicating to the right audience.
Stay on topic and don’t ramble. Get your point across succinctly. Using more words does not necessarily mean better communication. In fact, the more words you use, the less likely the receiver will retain the key information you wanted to convey. Most people will “tune out” or quit reading once they reach some threshold.
Don’t communicate through other people. Every person between you and the one you are communicating to creates an opportunity for miscommunication.
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