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Effective communication is important everywhere: Within organizations, within families, and even within one self.
The most important effects that good communication can bestow upon an organization is primarily the fact that there will be clarity in terms of what is expected and what is accepted as part of the mission of the organization and as part of their common vision of a goal.
When there is effective communication there is very little room for doubts, rumors, and false information. In the same token, this leads to less instances of mis-happenings, anxiety, or unwanted stress.
Examples of effective communication within an organization include: Memos, daily newsletters, mini-meetings, colleague-mentors, livestreaming of newsflashes, an updated website, open lines for chatting and controlled e-mailing.
Effective communication encourages teamwork
Effective communication develops a collaborative environment, which is important for teamwork. People in the organization will share their challenges and at the same time collaborate in coming up with the solutions.
Innovation is partly a product of access to information which may come as shared knowledge. Effective communication improves the overall access to information and knowledge. Individuals and groups within the organization will use the available information to improve their processes and develop best-fit solutions.
Effective communication helps in ensuring minimal delays in the work process. Members of the organization are informed of their roles and are updated on their progress. This helps to maintain their focus on what needs to be done while at the same time addressing challenges as they come.
Builds better relationships
Effective communication helps build better relationships by reducing misunderstandings and conflicts that arise. Better communication also ensures conflicts are resolved faster.
Effective communication promotes efficiency by ensuring that all members of the organization understand their duties, and are well coordinated. As a result, less time will be spent on conflict resolution, and more will be spent on meeting the objectives of the organization.
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