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Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores “René Descartes” Licenciatura en Pedagogía Materia: Expresión Oral y Escrita Profesor: Lic. Carlos Emilio Dzib Cortés
Reporte de Investigación:
IMPORTANCIA DE LA COMUNICACIÓN EN LOS NEGOCIOS

Alumnas: *Daniela Monserrat Escobar Ávila *María Ruelas Huchin *Yanire Yoav Canul Gutiérrez 8/septiembre/2012

IMPORTANCIA DE LA COMUNICACIÓN EN LOS NEGOCIOS

“La clave en todo es la comunicación”

Sin comunicación no hay negocio y por lo tanto tampoco hay empresa, una empresa unida y con alto nivel de compromiso necesita de una buena comunicación ya que sin ella pueden surgir malentendidos, confrontaciones o puede ser que el personal realice el trabajo de forma diferente al que se esperaba debido a que las directrices (condiciones) que se dieron no fueron lo suficientemente claras como para ser correctamente interpretadas por lo mismo; uno de los riesgos que la empresa puede correr por falta de comunicación es que puede afectar el rendimiento del personal, así como puede deteriorar la relación entre ellos mismos, cabe mencionar que lo anterior no sólo es válido para las empresas sino para la vida personal de cada individuo, la comunicación que una persona tiene con otras y con ellos mismos constituye uno de los pilares indispensables del éxito.
“Sin comunicación no hay trabajo en equipo, ni es posible ejercer el liderazgo, tampoco hay atención de clientes o publico, ni relaciones humanas hacia dentro o fuera de la empresa. Eso es en lo laboral, que decir de lo individual, sin comunicación no hay autoestima, familia, autocontrol, ni desarrollo personal.”
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