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Benefits of Written Communications

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Benefits of Written Communications 1. Written communication can be used as a permanent record of various messages that have been sent, in other words it records the organizations daily activities which can be saved for future usage. As a permanent, written form of communication it enables recipients to take more time and effort in reviewing the messages and to provide the appropriate response. For these reasons, written forms of communication are often considered to be more suitable for complex business messages that include important facts and figures. 2. Written communications facilitates quick and easy method of communication within one government ministry and between other government ministries. It can assists in proper delegation of responsibilities from the top of the hierarchy for example permanent secretaries or supervisors to persons on the lower levels. 3. Written communication is beneficial in the development of workers professionally allowing them to fully understand their position assumed. Such information is less likely
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Unformatted text preview: to be misunderstood since it for goes gestures or facial expression, as such it can be clarified if misinterpreted. It can also help the lower level worker to be more productive and professional as they perform the written task. 4. According to James Hassette written communications is used as a means of recording ones work efforts. Supervisor can use this written communication used by lower level employees as a means of evaluating them and thereby determining whether such individual have a well grounded future in their stated position. By assessing employees using specimens of their written communication reduces biasness in their evaluation as facial expression and gestures are once again not considered. Sources: James Hassette, A Guide to Effective Communications: A Handbook for Forest Engineering Students, http://www.esf.edu/ere/Communications.pdf , 2005 http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/Methods-of-Communication.topicArticleId-8944,articleId-8919.html...
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