If you haven’t designed a communication structure to support your vision – the vision would not come to reality.
Statistics suggest that 86% of owners and employees cite lack of effective collaboration and communication as the main cause for organisation failures. Failure, here isn’t only about businesses closing but also those that remain stagnant for years.
Why is organisation communication critical for success?
Decisions carry reasons and directions. In communicating the decisions from top to the bottom, the thing that gets diluted and compromised are the reasons and the directions behind a decision.
Organisation with effective communication understand the importance of this.
They invest in creating a communication structure that ensures that there is no loss of reason and direction, irrespective of how many people are involved in the organisation.
This gives united movement, quicker actions, and a cohesive sense of culture.
How We Can Help
At SOCH, we believe communication is the key for manifestation of a leader’s vision.
Our approach focuses on 3 key aspects:
Accessing as is among the Decision-Making units and the workforce
Visibility to all stakeholders towards a shared purpose for achieving organizational vision
Garnering willingness right to the last man to co-operate to achieve the vision
For every business, results matter. The continuity of businesses results rests on the linchpin of organisation communication.
Most leaders assume that if they have said meaning communication is done. Sadly, this isn’t enough. Infact, saying is not communication at all.
If it were so easy, organisations wouldn’t require infrastructure from a simple email to complex ICT systems to ensure that information and decisions flow seamlessly and timely.
Make no mistake to take the challenge of communication lightly. All your hardwork and strategic planning for your vision or goals will wash away if you do not have your organisation communication sorted.