An obvious downside of social media is how much it encourages us to keep scrolling when we should be working. The brilliant upside is that it allows us to share. This includes our opinions, fascinating articles about, say, the dangers of procrastination and, of course, cat videos.
Sharing is especially important in the workplace. And, no, we’re not talking about those cat videos. Work-related sharing is always a good thing because it allows everyone, from employees to managers, to feel like they’re valued and trusted members of a company.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
• Understand what communicating openly means
• Identify the benefits to your organization
• Encourage an open communication culture in your workplace
Why take this course?
Organizations that value transparency over secrets have employees with greater job satisfaction, which in turn results in higher performance levels and productivity. Whatever your role, this short course will help you understand the advantages of communicating openly and honestly with every member of your workforce.