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The Power of Voice in Organisations

Advance Institute of Business

Communication is often associated with the use of words and verbal expressions. However, in the realm of organisational communication, both the power of voice and the significance of silence play important roles.

While voice represents active communication and expression, silence can hold its own meaning and impact within an organisation. In this blog post, we will explore the dynamics of voice and silence in organisational communication and how they can be leveraged to create a more inclusive, transparent, and productive work environment.

Voice: Fostering Open Dialogue and Collaboration Voice in organisational communication refers to the active expression of thoughts, ideas, and feedback. It encourages open dialogue, collaboration, and the exchange of diverse perspectives within the organisation. By embracing voice, organisations can:

  1. Encourage Innovation: Providing employees with opportunities to voice their ideas and suggestions can foster a culture of innovation. Encouraging creative thinking and active participation empowers employees to…

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