In the spirit of #SMDay, celebrating global communication, we want to share the importance of open transparent communication within the workplace.
Today, social media is used to give individuals, teams or businesses the opportunity to present the idealised version of themselves. In most cases what you see online isn’t exactly the truth – it’s a lack of transparency and a lot of miscommunication.
PCS know lack of transparency isn’t something that’s only reserved for social media, in fact many organisations today are doing their people a great disservice – losing money in the process by lacking transparency and communication internally.
“Anything that gives a leader better clarity and insight into what’s really going on within their teams and across their organisations is a good thing”
Staff satisfaction and employee engagement surveys are commonly used to check employee sentiment, feeling and commitment; only getting responses to the questions that are asked and often incorrectly utilised. Survey’s likewise lose traction with people when little or no enhancements are seen within the business!
PCS is different in that our tool will allow you to better understand how your leaders, employees and team feel about their working environment. Our offering encourages your team to be transparent, we can pull quality information from your team and guide you on how best to utilise this. Having the tools to measure your Human Capital will present the opportunity to implement purposeful changes that will improve:
* Training and development spend.
* Management capability.
* Employee health and wellbeing.
* Staff turnover.
* Decision making.
* Benchmarking and comparing functions and teams.
We hope #SMDay has helped us, help you to understand the importance of good communications and how it can truly benefit your business.
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