Communication in business requires the understanding of different communication styles, and the ability to break down communication barriers.
In business communication, effective communication requires a sort of “office communication toolkit” – the kind of resource Business Management Daily provides.
Many writers develop their own quirks and styles over time, and it’s possible to identify their writing just by the words and phrases they use. One common style quirk is using prepositions too much, especially the word “of,” says Grammar Girl blogger Mignon Fogarty. “Overusing it can make your writing sound passive and fussy.”
How do you build a positive professional relationship with a shy boss? That’s what one reader asked recently on the Admin Pro Forum.
Nothing is what happens when you go through the motions instead of digging into social media to advance the goals of your organization.
A new study by Leadership IQ reveals that most people spend only half of the time they should be spending with their boss each week—only three of the six optimal hours.
The words you speak tell others about who you are and what you value. Anita Bruzzese shares how you can use your words to sound like a leader.
If you’re in the habit of forwarding messages along to friends, colleagues or everyone in your address book, you’ll want to take these important etiquette tips.
Some meetings provide a chance to interact and showcase your skills with higher-level staff. But it helps to be aware of the challenges you may face depending on whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert.
Top admins exhibit bridge-building communication skills by emphasizing shared interests and minimizing resistance. Try these techniques to communicate better with colleagues.
Giving an effective presentation depends largely on how well you know your audience. As you write your speech, ask these questions:
When writing for the Web, you no longer need to focus on keyword density to rank high in search engines. Instead, focus on writing high-quality content.