Communication: The Most Important Role Of Communication In The Workplace

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Through this process I have found how important it is to be able to communicate efficiently in the workplace. Communication is defined as a "two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants not only exchange (encode-decode) information, news, ideas and feelings but also create and share meaning. In general, communication is a means of connecting people or places (Business, n.d.)." Communication is the most important factor in any place of business. A company cannot be successful without a means of communication with one another. Communication comes in many different forms. Not only do you communicate by speaking but there is also non-verbal and written communication. In the workplace you need to know how…show more content…
Everyone needs to be able to talk and listen, write, and even have professional body language during work hours. Without those things in a medical setting, lives could potentially be at risk. There is nothing more important than the job that is presented to you, but it is also important to make sure your communication skills to do no impact your employment in a negative…show more content…
I know that while at work, the job needs to be your number one task. In the medical field communication is the most vital thing in the workplace because there are patients involved as is their life. Nothing should be able to jeopardize that, especially a communication error. Since technology is continually updating mistakes are not found as often. Although technology helps us tremendously, it has the negative affect of allowing us to slack off on reaching our potential of communicating efficiently and effectively with others. To make a company successful each employee needs to focus and learn to speak professionally and actually listen not just

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