Practical Application: Components of Efficient Communication Infographic

Instructor: Amanda Robb

Amanda holds a Masters in Science from Tufts Medical School in Cellular and Molecular Physiology. She has taught high school Biology and Physics for 8 years.

Communication is the backbone of our work environments and really, society as a whole. In today's busy world, it's important to be able to get your message across as efficiently as possible, taking less time and still conveying the most essential information.

Efficient Communication and Time Management

In the modern day, most people feel like they have more than enough going on to keep their schedules full, especially at work. With a packed schedule, time management skills are more important than ever. '

One way to save time is by using efficient communication methods in the workplace. Efficient communication, as you may have read in the lesson What is Efficient Communication? - Definition & Skills is all about getting your message across as quickly as possible while still retaining the information.

Infographic

The most important parts of efficient communication can be displayed in an infographic. Infographics help us retain information and can be displayed to encourage this type of communication in your own office environment.

INFOGRAPHIC

Interpretation

Our infographic shows the three main pillars of efficient communication, being clear, concise and honest. It's important to have a clear message. Say exactly what you mean, and try to avoid colloquialisms or other phrases that could be misinterpreted.

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