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Communication with Staff –
Before there was social media, smart phone devices and the Internet, speaking to a person required you to pick up the phone or mail a letter. These days, there are a wide range of methods of communicating with others. Not all methods, however, will be appropriate for every one of your staff or for all situations.
The first form of communication is the TELEPHONE – make a simple call to the person in which you are trying to contact. Be sure that you are following the chain of command before making that call.
The second form of communication is a simple TEXT MESSAGE – send a text message to the person in which you are attempting to contact. Text messages could be counterproductive and so picking up the phone may help to quash any misunderstandings.
Email Communication - Make your email messages as short and precise as possible. In fact, start by giving your message the appropriate title and make the message clear. Never delete email communications because they may serve to be helpful later on. This form would be upon request, a personal request or question or corresponding. Email messages could be counterproductive and so picking up the phone may help to quash any misunderstandings.