We’ve all had those workplace conversations where we thought we got the point across and that everyone was on the same page, only to find out that our understanding of our message differed from what was understood by others.
In most cases, the unfortunate discovery doesn’t happen until a missed deadline, a hot sales opportunity that falls through the cracks or a coworker feeling insulted stokes a major sense of resentment.
The list that follows, compiled by Forbes, details how to make yourself better heard and understood in the workplace.
Never assume you have everyone’s attention
Even if the message you’re conveying is important and may directly affect your audience, don’t assume you have ….