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Newsletter 4 - October 2014

on Wednesday, 15 October 2014. Posted in News

The Power of Consistency

Clear Communications

 

The Power of Consistency

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear *|FNAME|*,

  • How effective is your stakeholder communication? Do you know that consistency makes the difference between success and failure? Where do you begin to ensure clear, consistent communication with both your internal and external stakeholders?
  • The key to effective communication is firstly to analyse the current communication situation. How effective is your organisation in meeting the information needs of its stakeholders?
  • The next step is to develop a strategic communication plan which addresses the gaps and ensures consistent communication flow. After execution it is analysed again to determine its effectiveness. Adjustments are made to improve the process and the cycle is repeated to ensure continuous success.
  • This consistent communication process has major advantages. Research shows that companies with highly effective internal communication are more likely to provide a significant return to shareholders. They are also more likely to have higher levels of employee engagement and lower employee turnover rates. It boosts productivity, employee morale and ultimately improves the bottom line.
  • Let Clear Communications help you to benefit from the power of consistency in your communication.

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Newsletter 3 - September 2014

on Wednesday, 10 September 2014. Posted in News

Leaders are keepers of the core

Clear Communications

 

Keepers of
the core

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear *|FNAME|*,

Do you sometimes find it hard to cut through the clutter to distinguish between what is merely important and what is imperative?

  • Marcus Buckingham, New York Times best-selling author, researcher and business consultant, believes that the core must be clarified persistently.
  • “Clarity is the antidote to anxiety. If you do nothing else as a leader, be clear.”
  • Commenting on his interviews with employees in many organisations he said, “Everywhere the wish was the same – get me to the core.” That is, relentlessly clarify and communicate to employees what actions will make them most effective.
  • To protect the core, leaders must work diligently to “filter” what comes into the organisation.
  • Effective organisations sift through the muddle and don’t allow it to divert employees from their highest priorities. This fuels people’s productivity, creativity and morale.
  • Leaders must be seen as clarifiers, focusers and keepers of the core who constantly distinguish between what is merely important and what is imperative.
  • Let Clear Communications help you to cut through the clutter and communicate the core clearly and effectively.

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Newsletter 2 - August 2014

on Monday, 28 July 2014. Posted in News

Clear Communications

 

Priority, simplicity
and clarity

Dear client,

Do you find that your priorities are often at the mercy of the next urgent thing?

  • Priority, simplicity and clarity are intimately linked.
  • Priority is a function of simplicity. It dictates that we only focus on a few things at a time – on those elements that help us achieve our goals.
  • For an organisation to maintain a focus on its highest priorities, it must simplify and repeatedly clarify them so that everyone knows what to do and what not to do.
  • But priorities are fragile and high-maintenance. If they aren’t continually simplified and clarified, they are always at the mercy of the next new thing.
  • Leaders often resist simplicity – it is complexity which prevents them from focusing on and implementing core priorities.
  • Let Clear Communications help you to constantly simplify, clarify and reinforce your business priorities through effective communication.

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Newsletter 1 - July 2014

on Monday, 28 July 2014. Posted in News

Clear Communications

"Simple can be harder than complex"

Dear client,

Do you find that business is becoming more complex and that it takes too much effort to simplify it?

  • Steve Jobs, successful inventor and co-founder of Apple Computers confirmed this statement. “Simple can be harder than complex. You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.”
  • Although business plans require detail and complexity, one must be able to summarise it in a clear and concise way that is easily understood and can be communicated in seconds.
  • Such clarity will serve as the compass for your business and team.
  • Let Clear Communications help you to move these mountains by clarifying your business communication.

See what we can do for you at www.clearcomm.co.za

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