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Always take time to check that people have understood your message.
To check that you've been understood correctly, use open questions that start with "how," "why" or "what." These encourage reflection and will help your audience to explain what they have taken from your communication.
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You may overlook people's different personalities, needs and expectations with a One-size-fits-all approach.
Your communications need to address those differences as much as possible so that everyone can benefit from your session.
Spelling, tone and grammatical mistakes can make you look careless.
It's tempting to try to avoid difficult conversations, but this can cause further problems.
Written communication channels don't allow you to soften difficult messages with nonverbal cues.
Delivering a message in person makes it easier to pick up on signs that people have misunderstood parts of your message.
Poorly-prepared presentations, reports, or emails frustrate your audience and can, over time, damage your reputation.
Strong emotional reactions can damage your reputation.
Instead, try and respond calmly.
It can be tempting to stereotype new colleagues or clients, or to make assumptions about them based on just a few pieces of information.
Set time aside to listen when you meet someone new. Give them space to talk about their viewpoints and take time to absorb these.
Forwarding sensitive email to the wrong person, or sending an incorrect attachment can cause serious problems.
It might be helpful to draft emails in a word processing document or blank email, and then to paste the text into a new message. Only then select the recipient.
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The communication tool only works when your words are worthwhile, accurate and touch the right points effectively.
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