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Corporate Communication

In the quest for swift and reliable methods to curtail revenue loss, companies often overlook a critical asset within their organization: internal communication. A study conducted by David Grossman and Debra Hamilton starkly illuminates the staggering financial toll of ineffective communication. Even smaller companies, with as few as 100 employees, face annual losses reaching up to $420,000, highlighting the pervasive impact of communication breakdowns on productivity, morale, and overall performance.

The study unveils a cascade of detrimental effects resulting from poor communication practices. Decreased productivity, attributed to unclear instructions, exacts a heavy toll, with an average loss of 40 minutes per employee per day. Such confusion not only frustrates employees but also exacts significant costs on the company’s bottom line. Moreover, research indicates a strong correlation between employee engagement and company performance, underscoring the pivotal role communication plays in financial outcomes.

Furthermore, the ramifications extend beyond productivity, with poor communication contributing to higher employee turnover rates and increased safety incidents. Traditional top-down communication methods, like message boards and flyers, are criticized for their ineffectiveness in fostering meaningful engagement and transparency within organizations.

The article advocates for a paradigm shift towards two-way communication channels that empower employees to voice concerns and contribute to organizational goals. By facilitating meaningful dialogue between managers and frontline employees, companies can create a culture of connection, empowerment, and commitment to success.

Ultimately, the potential benefits of effective communication strategies far outweigh the costs, with reduced incidents, lower accident costs, increased annual income, and enhanced employee performance among the rewards. Investing in communication solutions is not merely a prudent choice but a strategic imperative for businesses seeking to thrive in today’s competitive landscape.

When a company becomes aware of opportunities to improve company communication skills, a certified speech language pathologist stands ready to assist employees and leaders alike in honing their communication skills and unlocking their full potential. Whether through individual coaching or organizational strategy development, speech pathologists offer tailored solutions to enhance financial performance and employee engagement in record time.



Available for ASHA CEU Enrollment on January 1, 2024

Check out our first 2024 course for ASHA CEUs – Discover Corporate Speech Pathology. This course was first presented as a CORSPAN webinar in 2022 and is now available online through our EDU Course Catalogue. You can access it from the EDU menu dropdown – Courses, then search for the course by its title.

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) have a unique skill set that makes them highly qualified to provide elective services to clients seeking to improve their communicative efficacy in a corporate setting. The subfield of corporate speech pathology has attracted a growing number of SLPs who seek to use their expertise to help clients achieve their workplace communication goals. While most corporate speech pathologists report some initial challenges in establishing a thriving practice, there is good evidence of high job satisfaction and success. Discover the world of corporate speech pathology, and consider the power it has to transform lives and careers. This course is available for 0.15 ASHA CEUs