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Only 7% of U.S. workers strongly agree communication is accurate, timely, or open at their organization, according to Gallup.
When it comes to communication, “leaders need to step up,” says Able Clark, CEO at Corsearch, at a Voray event sponsored by Axios HQ. That means staying mindful about what your audience needs and often means going back to communication basics — plan, compose, measure, preserve — to elevate each internal message.
A few best practices to revisit:
The bottom line: Communication openness depends on the culture you create and support, but when done correctly, you can avoid costly errors one message at a time.