a manager who is instructing his employee about work tasks is communicating,

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Communication is a key part of every workplace. Whether you are communicating with your boss, coworkers, or customers, it is important that you get the message across effectively. There are many different types of communication skills and styles to choose from and this blog post will teach you how to be an effective communicator in the workplace. Some people have a natural talent for communication. They are able to make anyone feel at ease, and their words seem to be carefully chosen to get the desired effect they want out of their listeners. These kinds of communicators typically do not need any help in this area  but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can learn from them! Take some time after an interaction with someone like this and ask yourself: what was it about how I communicated that felt so natural? What were my body language cues? Did I use humor or empathy when needed, or did I speak too much/too little? How would things have gone differently if I had done something different while talking with them? If you’re less-than-confident

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