Success at work depends largely on how well you communicate
The best idea is worth nothing if others can’t hear it. Success at work depends largely on how well you communicate. But being an effective communicator in today’s workplace isn’t as simple as it seems. For starters, you need to be able to share your ideas, give feedback and listen to others. And your message needs to be clear and nonthreatening.
Enter diplomacy, tact and credibility. When you communicate with all three, you’re viewed more positively, which influences how others see your work. In this guide, you’ll learn the three steps that’ll help you be more diplomatic and tactful when communicating on the job.
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