It’s easier to commit to goals when complex issues are clarified. But quick decisions without sufficient data can result in higher costs, disappointment, and frustration.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
Simplicity leads to focus. And focus produces clarity of purpose.
“The secret to success is constancy of purpose” – Benjamin Disraeli, philosopher
Benefit Managers, Human Resource Managers, and Consultants mean well but they put up the same roadblocks to employee benefits communication clarity by these factors:
- Too many ideas detract focus.
- Mixed messages for learning goals bewilder people.
- Irrelevant details bury key ideas.
- Disorganized documents discourage reading.
- Convoluted sentences cause re-reading and waste time.
Proper employee benefits purchasing and communication requires a clear process. Request our “Too Much Information” checklist