Communicate only when there is a compelling reason to do so. Every piece of communication should serve to move you closer to achieving your key objectives.
The meaning of your communication is the response you get. Your effectiveness as a communicator is determined by what employees do in response to your communication, not by how well you think you communicate.
RULE OF THREE
Apply the Rule of Three; make only three points per communication.
Deliver the right message to the right employees at the right time so as not to waste employees’ time and distract them from the job at hand.
Refresh your approach periodically to avoid your communications becoming dull or predictable.