Noise, in communication terms, means any interference that makes it harder for the stakeholder to firstly receive, then interpret the message, and its meaning.
Communication noise can have a profound impact on our perception of our communications - we can believe that we are doing far better than we actually are.
In this video, John Edmonds from consultancy, coaching and interim management firm pearcemayfield looks at the different types of noise that can disrupt communication and how you can mitigate against them.
Jamie Lawrence is editor of global online HR publication and community HRZone.com. He is committed to driving forward the HR agenda and making sure that HR directors have the knowledge and insight necessary to make HR felt across the whole organisation. He regularly speaks to audiences of 250+ and has interviewed key HR industry names,...