Speak with clarity. Seek to deliver clear communications. So much time is lost because of unclear written and spoken communication. We assume the other person knows what we are talking about. We only give half the information needed to do the job. We ramble and go off on tangents while talking.
Seek to be crisp and clear in your communications. Stick to your point. Ask, “What is the other person hearing? How do I know they understand what I said? Am I so clear, that they can repeat it back to me?”