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CSUB518 Competent Communication
Effective business communication starts in-house. If employees cannot communicate successfully with each other, there is a high probability this will follow through to communicating with customers.

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If the organisation’s message is not clear, if it is being misunderstood or even a mismatch with the message on the website, existing and more importantly, potential customers will be also be confused.

Getting the message right is important, getting the right message communicated throughout the organisation is critical and it starts from the top down.  It starts with the C-Suite.

The top tip for communicating effectively – keep it simple.  For a start no-one has the time to try and decipher what is being communicated and if the message isn’t simple it can easily be misunderstood.  Simple doesn’t mean dumb, simple can actually be really clever such as this from B.C. Forbes, the founder of Forbes Magazine – “If you don’t drive your business, you will be driven out of business”.

Then there is “organizations should implement a social collaboration solution that gives employees access to a single platform for communication”.  OK, let’s get a tool which allows us all to communicate. 

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A great idea and a good use of technology to bring heads together and not keep them in isolation.  An easy way to do this is Skype.  Other options built specifically for “social collaboration” are Podio, Lync, Chatter and Jive.  All provide communication options over and above email.

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