Office Communication

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.

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Your boss may not be totally candid about how he or she wants to communicate with you, and you may need to figure it out on your own. Think about your interactions with your boss. Then answer these questions and adapt your style to your supervisor’s preferences
Meetings are important for introducing new ideas and fostering discussion in the workplace. But when people don’t know how to participate or run a meeting, they waste everyone’s time and sabotage a great idea, writes John Brandon for Inc. Here are some tips for engaging in a productive one-on-one meeting.
Are you running out of ways to show your gratitude to employees for doing a great job? Use one of these phrases—orally or in writing—to show employees that their efforts are appreciated.

As Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk delivered a presentation in May about the company’s new battery system. For 20 minutes, he spoke with an authenticity and enthusiasm that set him apart staid auto executives. What differentiated his speech?

Even the most grammar conscious people can still make mistakes, writes Sharon Reynolds for Hubspot. Here are the six expressions people still use incorrectly.
LinkedIn is already a trusted site for professional networking, but now it’s aiming to earn trust for accuracy.
Write it right ... say it right ... spell it right.
When your emails, presentations, re­­ports and the like are filled with misspelled words, you undermine your credibility and intelligence. With some extra proofing you can avoid that problem. Here are 11 commonly misspelled words to watch out for.
We’re all striving to be better communicators, or at least we should be. With that in mind, let’s eliminate the following phrases from our spoken and written communication.

Companies big and small are saving money and time by doing away with voice mail. For example, recently JPMorgan Chase canceled voice mail for most of its employees, estimating that the company will save roughly $10 per employee as a result. If you are thinking of following suit, take this advice.