Encouraging Communication for Greater Company Profits
(FREE ARTICLE FOR YOUR PUBLICATION)
Communication between managers and employees is crucial. Employees need guidelines and the management staff needs input. And while most companies have little trouble filtering information down the layers, they do have challenges when it comes to passing information up.
Fortunately, there are steps managers can take to encourage employees to communicate better and to keep the company’s progress on track:
- Communicate Needs
- Share Industry Skills and Knowledge
- Create a Motivation Cycle
- Establish Empowerment Expectations
The key is building a quality interaction between the employee group and the management team. When company leaders break through the barriers and get the employees and managers working together, they help everyone understand the tremendous effort it takes to advance the company’s strategic vision and attain goals. Without support from every member in the group, the company’s progress suffers and ultimately long-term profits are reduced.
Linda Keefe is an expert on helping companies overcome organizational indifference, communication problems, technological skill deficiencies, and other barriers to growth. As CEO of Shared Results International, Linda has developed a unique process for identifying and solving business problems.
Her latest article, “Are Your Employees Giving You the Silent Treatment? Encourage communication for greater company profits,” unlocks the secret to communication between managers and employees, helping businesses grow in size and profitability.
This just released article is available for use in your publication at no cost, as long as you include the author’s resource box (bio), at least one form of the author’s contact, and send me three copies after publication. To receive a copy of the article for review, please feel free to contact me and I will be more than happy to send you a copy.
Contact: Deborah Davis