Does your company have a failure to communicate?

01/11/2012 | Driving Results Through Culture blog

Companies need to make internal communications a strategic priority, writes Chris Edmonds. Failure to communicate strategic goals leads to gossip, lost productivity and declining worker morale, Edmonds warns. "The trick is for you to find mechanisms ... that proactively and effectively educate staff about strategy, goals, opportunities, celebrations, and more," he writes.

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