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Rebecca Fields

Welcome to the Team Rebecca!

We are super excited to have Rebecca Fields join the team as our new Director of Digital Marketing.

Read on to learn a little more about Rebecca?

Where are you from?
Born and raised in STL!

Where did you Graduate from?
Master’s from Webster and Undergrad from the Harvard of the Midwest (haha…AKA Missouri State)

What are some things you enjoy doing (besides working):
Love working with dogs – currently working with a rescue pup, for the last 3 years, to help her enjoy the company of people and not be afraid! Also love doing home improvements – anything is possible with the right power tool!!

Favorite Movie Genre:
I most often watch comedies – but horror movies are by far my favorite!

Favorite Type of Music:
Anything but country! Favorite band of all time: Led Zeppelin.

Place you’d like to visit?
Anywhere I haven’t been! But, Hawaii is my dream destination – waiting to go until I can spend 3 weeks!

Drink of Choice?
My drink pallet is rather boring – I prefer water – unless you’re talking alcoholic drinks – in which case I love beer that tastes like water! Natty Light please!

Communication is everywhere. From company wide emails to conference calls. Poor communication results in unfinished projects, unmet deadlines and upset professionals.

How do you make the most of your work day? Excellent communication.

Everyone has a different communication style. Some prefer email while some prefer Skype business calls. It’s crucial to understand how each party prefers to communicate because if not done properly, any communication will end up in frustration.

Setting the tone of meetings is highly important as well. Participants should understand who is leading the meeting, what the topic of conversation will be as well as how long the meeting will run. If all participants know what to expect, the meeting will run much smoother.

Another key aspect to successful communication in the workplace is ensuring that workflows, roles and processes are all very clear. A transparent workflow allows all participants to be fully aware of who is working on what, when the deadline is and who all is involved. It’s hard for a project to be successful when the parties aren’t sure who is even playing a role.

Clear roles and processes tie right into transparent workflows. When everyone has a clear understanding of their role and contribution to the project and what the exact process to reach the goal is, the team is almost guaranteed success.

Some of these keys to successful company communication may seem trivial, but in today’s technical era, it’s essential to make strong communication not only a goal but a priority.

Source: https://justworks.com/blog/19-easy-ways-improve-communication-workplace