6 Reasons Communication Is the Most Underrated Superpower at Your Job

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1. It fosters constructive discussions

2. People feel appreciated

3. Fewer feedback loops

4. Avoiding island knowledge

5. Properly working remotely

6. The learning curve goes through the roof

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Freelance UI/UX Designer | Random thoughts on Design, Finance, and other things | www.davidkippels.de

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David Kippels

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Freelance UI/UX Designer | Random thoughts on Design, Finance, and other things | www.davidkippels.de

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