This belief often fails when communicating to employees
05 April, 2020
There is a business myth that if you communicate through email, newsletters, memos, texts, or intranet sites, you'll get your message out to your employees, and they will be supported. These numerous channels let employees know what a business wants and needs. This works sometimes, but if you're honest, in most cases, it fails when dealing with new initiatives, processes, projects, or changes.
It's easy to think that collectively sending out communications frequ...