“Pay matters not just because people need a paycheck, but because pay is a point of perceived fairness” – Heidi K. Gardner, professor of organizational behavior at Harvard Business School.
Performance reviews generally represent that time of the year when everyone looks back on their expected and achieved outcomes, draw the line and start pondering on future endeavors.
Our success as a species and as a society depends on our ability to communicate. However, it is not only about communication, but about efficient one. Even as individuals, groups and family members, we need to communicate, in order to express our thoughts, feelings, dreams, pain. Crosswise, people need to develop the ability to listen, not only to hear and, therefore, to actively become aware of the emotions and beliefs of the people they interact with.
“Communication is something so simple and so difficult that we can never put it in simple words” T. S. Mathews
Communication is a very important aspect in every company. Being able to communicate in an effective way with a team of employees is a skill that all managers should endeavor to have. Effective communication can improve the business as well as the bottom line, thus the employees will feel more engaged and motivated when the lines of communication within the business are open and clear.
The presentation “Impacts of Unified Communications on work” was offered in the first day of the PMA 2014 Conference by Joseph Williams, Dean at the School of Business and Economics, Seattle Pacific University, USA.