post from Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss:
To be an effective leader and run a high-performing
company, you need to be great at communicating with your employees. After all,
when employees are well informed and feel included in company strategies and
activities, they are more productive and engaged – and all of your stakeholders
(especially your customers) benefit.
necessarily require you to command an audience like a rock star or give a
TED-worthy presentation. Great communicators genuinely connect with company
workers in ways that not only inform employees, but increase trust between the
c-suite and the front lines.
employees, too, and become a better communicator in the process.
pretty simple concept: You commit to
employees that you will
doesn’t mean opening the information floodgates. Employees don’t want every
detail about the most tactical activities and processes, communicated at equal
volume and priority.