Published September 2000
by How to Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
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Effective communication and problem-solving skills go hand in hand. Employees who struggle on the job naturally look to managers for guidance to solve their problems. A manager who lacks discretion, however, is unlikely to gain the trust he needs to address co-worker conflicts, declining performance or substance abuse issues. 10 Books Every First-Time Manager Should Read There's a ton of management advice out there -- unfortunately, much of it is conflicting. By Shana Lebowitz, Business Insider. Effective Communication Between Management & Employees. Management functions have long been partitioned into categories – planning, organization, staffing, leading and controlling – combined with other functions inside and outside the company, such as networking. All of these functions require communication or. Whether you’re communicating with a direct report, manager, colleague, or even your spouse, it’s important to communicate in a way that ensures the person understands what you’re saying. Mel Schwartz, a licensed psychotherapist and writer for PsychologyToday, says that there are five principles for effective communication.