11 team communication tips to improve workplace interactions

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Working in a team has its advantages and disadvantages. Among its advantages can be a shared workload, interpersonal connections and a shared goal. Often, though, one of the most cited disadvantages of working in a team is a lack of communication.

How can you solve this common dilemma? Will solving communication problems lead to an improvement in your team? We asked 11 professionals for their thoughts on how to improve workplace interactions and what it means for your diverse team.
 

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4 types of workplace communication, and 12 tips for improvement

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There are four main types of workplace communication: verbal, body, phone and written. During any point in the workday, you are always faced with at least one. Understanding how to communicate within these fields can be one of the most delicate skills an employee can learn.

So how do you learn to master the four types of workplace communication? We asked 12 professionals to share their tips for making the most out of your interactions.
 

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10 virtual team building ideas to suit a neurodiverse workforce

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Working remotely has a variety of advantages and disadvantages. For workplace culture, remote work could be a major roadblock in helping employees feel welcome and engaged with their coworkers. Especially for neurodiverse employees who may find social interactions challenging, and particularly difficult to navigate in the online space.

But how do you create an environment for employees to bond when everyone is working from home? And in ways which suit your diverse workforce?

Below, 10 professionals share their team building ideas for boosting employee morale and communication. 
 

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7 remote employee engagement ideas

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As the Texthelp offices sit empty and quiet, missing the warmth and friendliness of our Texthelpers, the virtual world has gained 180 glowing smiles, determined to keep our happy harmony in tune. 

Since working from home, we’ve felt encouragement from one another to stay in touch and engaged. Initiatives set up by our leaders work alongside those set up by our thoughtful colleagues. Very naturally, within a very short space of time, we saw our calendars filling up with small pockets of normality, that would help us to stay calm and connected over the course of time to come. 

To help remote teams around the world, we thought we would share with you what we’re doing at Texthelp, to spark some ideas for employee engagement in your own organisation...
 

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Why kindness matters in life and work

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*Originally published on gov.uk*

In this guest blog, our friends at BPDTS share with us how they've been supporting the wellbeing of their employees while working remotely. Hear from their CEO, Loveday Ryder, as she outlines some of the ways that they've been supporting their employees to adapt and stay connected.
 

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12 ways the workforce will change

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In the past few months, the workforce has flipped on its head. One thing is for sure - the future of the workplace and workforce will be changing. 

So, what changes and developments will stick around? Twelve thought leaders weigh in on how they think the workforce will change once we’re back to normal.
 

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