While successful businesses vary wildly in how they operate, one aspect seems to be shared — an established communication system, both internally and externally. Through this communication infrastructure, high-level leaders can stay connected with corporate leaders, managers, and lower-level employees, allowing for precise instructions, procedures, and overall progress, to be effectively communicated and comprehended by all parties involved.
The problem most businesses encounter is maintaining that line of communication. This is especially true for larger companies with establishments in various locales.
Most businesses, especially larger ones, often encounter some sort of flaw in their communication systems. Business leaders are often dealing with major, long-term operations, ultimately resulting in a lack of physical communication (verbal, face-to-face, etc.). For a business to function optimally, every leader and worker must know precisely what their responsibilities are. However, when physical communication is hindered, certain facial clues and bodily gestures — both crucial for adequate comprehension — are not seen.