Active Listening: Listen carefully, ask questions, and participate in the discourse.
Use simple, succinct wording to communicate. Avoid jargon and complicated terminology that may confuse people.
Body Language: Watch your posture, gestures, and eye contact. This can greatly affect how your message is received.
Maintain a respectful and professional tone in all your encounters, whether in person, on the phone, or in writing.
Empathy: Try to comprehend and feel your coworkers' feelings. Builds trust and rapport.
Select a Communication Channel: Choose the right message delivery method. Some messages are better given in person
Respect your colleagues' time by arriving on time to meetings and keeping conversations on track.
comments: Give helpful, constructive positive and negative comments. Target precise actions and results.
Written Communication Skills: Use grammar, spelling, and formatting to write clearly and professionally.
Resolution: Discuss conflicts honestly and professionally to benefit all parties. Avoid personal attacks and address the issue.