Effective Communication For A Managerial Level

1587 WordsFeb 24, 20177 Pages
It is critical to develop communication on a managerial level and to know your target audience; in addition, to determine the appropriate style and format of communicating with the audience. According to the business dictionary, the meaning of effective communication is "A two way information sharing process which involves one party sending a message that is easily understood by the receiving party. Effective communication by business managers facilitates information sharing between company employees and can substantially contribute to its commercial success.". The person, group, leadership, or population you target will always have a different point of view and will interpret the information you communicate diversely, which is why it is…show more content…
After a year, I decided to leave C.V.S and accept a position at Lowe 's. As a Department Manager, I continued to develop my effective communication skills by involving myself in unfamiliar problems and situations. These included handling customer disputes, employee performance evaluations, developing and implementing action plans, participating in department meetings, writing daily goals and objectives, and cohesively designing a training path for department associates. I would have one-on-one conversations with the Team Lead’s about managing projects on a daily basis, which established clear and concise direction, and allowed me to determine if the associate fully understood the details of the project or needed further clarification. As the leader of the department, I had communicate resets, planogram changes, price integrity issues, display revisions, execute monthly planners, and manage vendor partnerships; this required the ability to effectively plan, communicate, manage, and follow up with store associates and vendors. The responsibilities of the job, included vendor and associate management, associate training, pricing integrity, department resets, scheduling, communicating goals and objectives, inventory management, and customer service. In addition, I learned the following competencies: integrity and trust, developing self and others, problem-solving, planning, and
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