effective communication

Definition

A two way information sharing process which involves one party sending a message that is easily understood by the receiving party. Effective communication by business managers facilitates information sharing between company employees and can substantially contribute to its commercial success.

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  • It has been determined that older generation managers have failed to fully adapt to new technology which has hampered effective communication with younger generations of workers that tend to use texting and emails to share and receive information.

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  • While I was at work, my boss said something about not using the database as much as we were, but I didn't know what he was talking about. He has never been good with effective communication and that makes it difficult to deliver the results he expects.

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  • I knew the catcher and the pitcher needed to have effective communication in order to have a chance at winning the game.

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