Good communication is vital to any business. Sales, hiring, marketing and other important business functions rely on the ability of a company’s leaders and employees to exchange information, collaborate and make decisions.
But as many businesses have experienced firsthand, that flow of information isn’t always smooth and seamless. When communication breaks down, the results can range from poor morale and strained relationships to missed opportunities and lost profits. Business leaders and experts shared a few of the most common points of failure in workplace communication. Read the rest here.