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Effective communication is communication that is clearly and successfully delivered, received and understood. Learning the skills of effective communication can help people to resolve differences while building trust and... More »

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Some benefits of effective communication include improved employee morale and better team building. Workers respect managers who communicate clearly and honestly. Equally important, employees need their concerns heard. O... More »

There are several barriers to effective communication that include language differences, physical barriers, differences in perception and a lack of attention or interest. Cultural differences and emotional barriers may a... More »

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