Clariti Blog Context in Communication We all spend more than 80% of our time communicating with others using emails, phone calls, chats, presentations, virtual calls, or just face-to-face interactions. Unfortunately, just because we spend most of our time communicating with
Email is a necessary evil, and it is the primary mode of communication in workplaces today. In 2020, worldwide, 306 billion emails were sent and received every day and this figure is expected to touch over 376 billion by 2025.
Employees use multiple tools like email, chat, audio/video calls etc for their day-to-day communication. However, they are often bombarded with communications and relevant data is lost in the shuffle. If the team members within an organization have difficulty in communicating
When social media came into existence, it was more for sharing personal information or common interests with friends and relatives. However, social media expanded to encompass businesses and started playing a key role in their external and internal communication. Companies
From in-person meetings to online video conferencing, web-based business communication tools have made communicating with employees and clients easier, quicker and more affordable. Web-based business communication tools and techniques will allow teammates to work together easily, regardless of their location.
The importance of online communication tool in the workplace is growing by the day. The emergence of remote work and dispersed workforce is forcing many organizations to do a complete rethink of their existing communication processes and tools. Implementing online
As the saying goes: “technology is a useful servant, but a dangerous master”. In our current business climate, technology has achieved mastery over many of the ways in which we communicate. It can even sometimes be considered strange, or out-of-touch
Effective corporate communication plays a pivotal role in the success of any organization. It serves as the lifeblood of internal and external interactions, ensuring the smooth flow of information, alignment of goals, and building strong relationships. However, corporate communication is
The pandemic has completely disrupted the normal ways we’re used to getting things done within our businesses. Despite this, we’ve all adjusted to find new solutions to these new problems. For one, working from home has become the new normal.
Communication is an integral part of any organization, and effective organizational communication is crucial to achieving success in today’s fast-paced business environment. However, many organizations struggle with communication, leading to misunderstandings, decreased productivity, and even conflicts among employees. In this