Effective Communication – Fuel that drive team dynamics

Effective Communication - Fuel that drive team dynamics
A model to help you think through the cultural issues that can come up in cross-cultural business communication is abbreviated as LESCANT. This points to seven areas - language, environment social organisation, context, authority, nonverbal, and time.

In the past few years, collaboration was listed as one of the top five skills employers need the most. Your ability to work well with others on a team is essential for developing your career in just about every field, from health care to government, sports, education, tech, and the military. We find ourselves working in teams, why?

Because research shows that effective teams produce better outcomes than individuals or uncoordinated groups. And yet, many teams struggle to reach their potential. Or to put it another way, as Malcolm Gladwell has said, “The kinds of errors that cause plane crashes are invariably errors of teamwork and communication.”

Whether you’re a newly minted team or you’ve been working together for years, there’s likely room for improvement in the ways you communicate and collaborate. By giving everyone on the team defined roles and responsibilities, you can better coordinate and avoid duplicate efforts and missed...

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Pavithra Urs & Sanjeev Himachali

currently is Associate Director, People Operations in a Leading Entertainment Company & Sanjeev Himachali currently is Principal Strategist, HRTales Media Private Limited.

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Pavithra Urs & Sanjeev Himachali

currently is Associate Director, People Operations in a Leading Entertainment Company & Sanjeev Himachali currently is Principal Strategist, HRTales Media Private Limited.

Sanjeev Himachali

Principal Consultant & Talent Strategist, EclipticHRS

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