Internal communication can be scary – but, believe me, it’s extremely rewarding.

You are only a few steps away from making your communication more effective and fulfilling.

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According to the Gallup State of the Global Workplace report, 85% of employees are not engaged or are actively disengaged at work. The economic consequences of this global ‘norm’ are approximately USD 7 trillion in lost productivity. Eighteen percent are actively disengaged from their work and workplace, while 67% are ‘not engaged’. Poor leadership and communication are at the heart of this issue.

Now, we all know that communicating with others is an essential aspect of workplace culture. Regardless of a person’s precise job description, from c-suite executives to every other person in the organisation, we spend most of our time planning or writing messages, actively expressing ideas or listening and responding to others. But, despite the effort that goes into this significant activity, I often hear the following frustrations:

• Why don’t they get it?

• Why am I not seeing a change in behaviour?

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