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15 Dos and Don'ts of Effective Two-Way CommunicationDownload Now
One of the most critical elements to employee engagement is two-way communication in the workplace.
Employees who are highly engaged in their work perform better than their less-committed counterparts and boost the organization’s bottom line. Leaders who understand the importance of effective two-way communication – and how you can’t lead without communicating well – engage employees with various communication channels that help them connect the dots between individual efforts and organizational goals.
So, in the spirit of leveraging two-way communication for increased employee engagement, we’ve created the 15 Dos and Don’ts of Effective Two-Way Communication Tip Sheet with suggestions anyone can implement to create dialogue and conversations that goes back and forth.
Some of these tips include:
- Ask for input
- Listen for what's not said
- Ask open-ended questions
- Don't talk "at" people
Armed with these 15 practical tips, you’ll be able to encourage two-way communication, increase employee feedback, enhance collaboration, increase productivity and reap the many more benefits of doing so.
Download—15 Dos and Don'ts of Effective Two-Way Communication Tip Sheet— by filling out the form, and get the steps you need to fast-track your communication effectiveness.