Although we know that blame is not conducive to maintaining healthy relationships, including our relationship with ourselves, we still continue to blame. Why?
In today's fast paced environment, pausing to truly listening to others can feel like a drain on our time. But active, effective listening is crucial to our job performance and is key to reducing miscommunication and conflict in the workplace. With a conscious effort we can enhance our listening skills.
For any organisation, effective communication is essential to your team, division and organisation's productiveness and success.
So, why is poor communication so common? We tend think about poor communication as a momentary setback. However, poor communication disrupts business on a fundamental level.