Published on July 8, 2016

Patricia SheridanIn Patricia Sheridan’s last post, she discussed some team process development strategies for teams that are coming together to create effective ways of working together. But: what can an individual engineer do to make group communication happen easily/better when they aren’t starting a new team?

In this post, she explores some strategies individuals can use to get to see more of ‘who’ their team members are and how to use this to improve group communication in their teamwork by:

  1. Acknowledging different approaches and perspectives
  2. Disagreeing by using questions rather than statements
  3. Using multiple modes of communication

Read about how to put these strategies for effective group communication to work in your current teams here.