Openly explain how you communicate Direct

Direct communication involves saying what a person thinks and feels, and it is marked by active listening and effective feedback. It is clear, straightforward, and involves the two-way, free-flowing sharing of thoughts, feelings, and ideas.

Direct communication is a type of communication that is clear and concise. It is often used in the workplace to ensure clarity on who has the authority to give instructions and what they entail. Direct communication is characterized by its aim to simply exchange information from one individual to another.

Clear Direct Communication

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