NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
John Chiang
Consultant
Kfathima
Human Resourse
+3 Others

Thread Started by #kfathima

HI All,
Please share your ideas how to improve the communication skills of the employees in the organisation ?
Waiting for your answers .
Do it need any employee engagement activity ? if yes, plz suggest
6th December 2017 From India, Bengaluru
Your query is little vague and general.First you need to do the cause analysis.When you sought an answer,it means you felt there is a problem. What is the problem? Define the problem? Is the problem about inability of the employees to communicate clearly? or is it about lack of proper channel for communication? Is it about inadequate communication avenues? what are the existing methods of communication? At what levels i.e at lower levels or in general, this problem is perceived? You need to define the problem to pick right solution.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advisor
Navi Mumbai
6th December 2017 From India, Mumbai
Hi Fathima,
Completely agree with Saikumar. What you have stated is the symptom, you have to dwell deeper and find out what is the ailment.
Feel free to reach us for any assistance you may need.
Thank you.
7th December 2017 From India, Mumbai
Hi.. thank you Saikumar & Amit.
Sounds interesting. Appreciate.
will start with cause analysis, if i need any help or any query regards to this will surely write back to u guys.
Expecting more replies so that i can do my given project very confidently.
8th December 2017 From India, Bengaluru
Hi Sai,
Let me be more precise,
I am working in eCommerce company, and I do generalist role, purely on employee engagement. (People & culture Team)
I have gotten a task to do the strategic planning implementation in my organisation, i am very exited to do but not finding the ideas how do i do it... please kindly suggest.
What are the other ways or ideas or topics which i can do the strategic planning for ?? (Related to HR- Employee Engagement)
please request you all to share few examples to get the clear picture as what i need to do ?
How do i start ?? and how do i get the data to analyse and how do i do cause analysis ?
8th December 2017 From India, Bengaluru
Most of Employee Communication -Fear & Shy Problem. not Proper Under Standing
That Atmosphere not into close (Lack of Communication)
Till bit Give freshness & Motivation Training
Slowly Improve the way ... Let Me Practices
Warm Regards,
Raju - HR Consultant -Chennai
8th December 2017 From India, Chennai
Hi fathima
For any communication system to be effective from employee perspective, it shall create an environment wherein employees shall feel free and comfortable to voice their views and opinions.Such an environment is the by-product of a culture characterized by an open door policy. An open door policy means transparency which means the employees shall be made known about the policies, made known about any developments concerning them and the organisation and made recipients of knowledge from peers and superiors and the like.I read somewhere that a blue chip MNC allows it's employees to take up classes for budding managers and techies to share their knowledge and experience with them for an hour or so on some days in a week.
To make communication serve your engagement objectives, it shall breed emotional connect between the employees and the organisation by making them part of the decision making process. For this the organisation shall create platforms to allow them to make suggestions, to discuss their thoughts and share their ideas that contributes to the value of the organisation. I read that a popular automobile company was able to save costs of considerable amount in assembling cars on account of ideas provided by it's employees.The various platforms in this regard can be the town hall meetings or quality circles or employee portals where they can share their ideas on intranet.You can think of many such ideas. You can make best of technology to create these platforms where employees fell more comfortable in voicing their views as they may feel inhibitive in the personal presence of their superiors.
However I welcome seniors who are communication and EE experts to share their views on the topic.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour relations Advisor
Navi Mumbai
8th December 2017 From India, Mumbai
We, as trainers, can conduct a training programme on various Business related communication skills. However, who has to sustain the learning ? The employees indeed. Unless they have a passion, desire, and goal to learn, adapt and implement in their work, nobody can impose the skill down the throat of your employees. They should have self-motivation to learn and should have a desire to understand and implement their learning ! One can learn, without even undergoing a training. We can only lead the horse to the water but we cannot make it drink the water !!
Best wishes
9th December 2017 From India
Hi, Fathima,
It is very important for the Company to let all employees understand the Company's policy and act accordingly. Between the Company and the employees, mutual understanding is the key to ensure the policy being carried out properly without distortion. In other respect, the expectation of the employees could be passed up to the top management and Company authority thru the proper channel. HR plays a very important role to improve the internal communication system work smoothly.
Ways of communication
1. Meeting
* Staff Meeting/Management Meeting
* Departmental Morning Meeting
* Union Meeting
* Employees Meeting
2. Media
* Company Newsletter/Written Memo/Notice
* Inter-Plant Paging System
* Video
3. * Bulletin Board
4. Activities
* Club/Hobby Group Activities
* Speech Contest/Debate
* Movement/Slogan
Clear expression requires clear thinking
Due to the different background of receiver and transceiver, the memo writer should make all his sentences short or that he avoids all detail and treat his subjects only in outline, but that every word tell. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph without unnecessary sentences .
Procedure of set-up policy
1. Initiating policy thinking.
2. Fact-finding and situational analysis.
3. Making recommendation to the top management.
4. Preparing a written policy statement.
5. Discussing a proposed policy statement.
6. Issuing a written statement of policy.
7. Interpreting and living with a policy decision.
8. Interim appraisal.
9. Officially reviewing and evaluating an existing policy.
10. Revising a policy statement.
Best regards,
John
11th December 2017 From China, Shanghai
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