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Charlotte Simonsson

Leadership, internal communication & communication professionals

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Communicative coworkership

Författare

  • Rickard Andersson
  • Mats Heide
  • Charlotte Simonsson

Summary, in Swedish

Communicative coworkership is an area with great potential for both organizations and communicators. Communicative coworkership is also an area where there is a clear link between the core operation and the communication of the organization. It is fairly easy to demonstrate the value of communicative coworkership for an organisation, for example in terms of crisis aversion, innovation, listening, learning, branding, trust and other aspects that have an important strategic value for organisations in general.

In this report, we present previous research on communicative coworkership and propose a definition of the concept. We provide a model that shows three areas of responsibility for communicative coworkership. In addition, we discuss obstacles to communicative coworkership and the support that the organization can provide to employees.

In the final discussion, we present the wheel of communicative coworkership with six factors that must exist in order to realise the idea of communicative coworkership: (1) sensemaking approach to communication, (2) communicative leadership, (3) decentralised organizational philosophy, (4) open communication climate, (5) internal trust and (6) identification with the organization.

Avdelning/ar

  • Institutionen för strategisk kommunikation
  • Samhällsvetenskapliga fakultetskansliet

Publiceringsår

2021

Språk

Engelska

Dokumenttyp

Rapport

Förlag

Department of Strategic Communication

Ämne

  • Communication Studies

Status

Published

ISBN/ISSN/Övrigt

  • ISBN: 978-91-527-1141-5