Spotting and Fixing Bad Team Communication
Teams that can't be honest with one aother won't succeed
When people leave organizations, they often cite poor workplace communication as a top reason for moving on.
But in the age of the “Great Resignation,” it is far from the driving factor, according to Craig Weber, founder of The Weber Consulting Group and author of “Conversational Capacity.”
Instead, he says individuals are asking more profound questions about life and job satisfaction; those answers rank higher on the “reasons to leave” list. But the exchange of information is the groundwork for nurturing the kind of environment that encourages people to stay.
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