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What are your best tips and strategies for effective communication with employees?

We recently had this blog post go outhttp://founderdating.com/learning-another-language/ about effective communication and leadership.

I was wondering what people's thoughts on the methods mentioned were, or if they had any fantastic ways they've found that help to effectively appreciate, acknowledge, and inspire the people working with you.

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Porfirio Partida
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Well, in our company the Boss use to have 1:1 meetings, to talk about anything, our life style, the job, whatever we want to; at least 2 every year. We also have extra 1:1 if we have problems to complete our job or if we request one.

Another plus is that they sit together with us, use the same toilet, trying to act as equals, that way we can talk whenever we cross, that way you see them as employees as well, and you share more and it is easier to communicate with other employees than with the BOSS.
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