Internal Communication – Part 1
Good communication is of utter importance for all organizations.
Inefficient communications between your employees will inevitably become an obstacle on your way to the top.
This two-part white paper will help you to target weak points, then adopt a strategy to tackle these problems.
In the first chapter, we will figure out the communication difficulties plaguing your organization, their unpleasant consequences and explore content types.
Then, in a second chapter, we will provide you with some tips and best practices you can implement in order to foster your internal communications.
Watch out for these common mistakes
Conversely, a deficit of relevant information
Not enough image or videos to illustrate textual content
Not editing your work
Not being assertive enough
Avoiding difficult conversations
Assuming that your message has been understood
No KPI (key performance indicators)
Intervene while you still can!
Here some improvements you can implement to better your communication within the company, according to Olivier Arnault, a consultant in trainings and audit for enterprises.
You can intervene on several levels: