Communication and Organizational Success

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Communication and Organizational Success In building relationships, being able to communicate is simply the most important skill one needs to possess. If communication is not present, a functional relationship cannot be established. At work, at least three forms of communication take place on a daily basis: (1) interpersonal business communication, (2) interpersonal social communication on the job, and (3) building friendships and relationships through the combination of both (Baack, 2012). Think of it this way; could you work with someone you could not communicate with, let alone talk to? It would be very difficult to do so. Imagine that being the case throughout a specific organization? What do you think the morale would be like in an organization like that? I would imagine it being incredibly low. If people cannot communicate with one another, it does not bold well for a good working relationship, which in turn would be terrible for the organization as a whole. An organization’s success is built around the success of the people who help manage the organization. Recruiters want people who are experienced and skilled in the specific profession, but more than anything, recruiters want people who can actually communicate and work well with others. The reason for this is simply the fact that people perform better when they can communicate with others. When communication is present, trust and a sense of comfort is gained by the other workers, which can lead to better morale, greater work turnaround, and stronger organizational culture. This is very important to organizational success because all workers perform as a team rather than individuals and the key to success with any team is being able to trust one another and being able to communicate
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