Effective Communication

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Communication is a tool of management. According to Robbins and Judge (“Organizational Behavior” (2013), p. 368), “no group or organization cannot exist without communication; the transference of meaning among its members, and it is only transmitting meaning from one person to another that information and ideas can be conveyed”. That is why communication must include the transference and the understanding of meaning.
The next thing is that communication provides four major functions in a group or organization, which are control, motivation, emotional expression, and information. The controlling function in communication is responsible to control employees’ behavior. For instance, there are authority hierarchies, and formal guidelines that …show more content…

Good communication skills go beyond conversations, but employees must know how to communicate well in written reports and emails. Understanding the benefits of effective communication helps companies place a focus on developing a workforce that is able to communicate within the firm and with customers, vendors and international business partners. Effective communication in the workplace helps employees and managers form highly efficient teams. Employees are able to trust each other and management. Effective communication reduces unnecessary competition within departments and helps employees work together harmoniously. The result of a team that works together is high productivity, integrity and responsibility. Employees know their roles on the team and know they are valued. Managers are able to correct employees' mistakes without creating a hostile work environment. A manager who openly communicates with his subordinates can foster positive relationships that benefit the company as a …show more content…

Firstly, the main body has described a motivational strategy for the organization, a strategy which will embrace in “Animations in The Future Ltd”, practical application and how to apply the chosen theory. Secondly, there was covered the analysis of the importance of fit and advice given by ACD Consultants which described the importance of effective communication in the workplace to include the need for innovation and creativity. Overall, ACD Organizational Behavior Consultants has prepared a consultative report using relevant information and supported by accurate

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