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.

It’s frustrating when you question an employee and hear a non-answer. Here are some ways of getting a direct response.
Learn some secrets to becoming a more captivating speaker.
Learn about the best way to start up a conversation with your employees.
Thoughts on what to do after a disciplinary meeting with an employee.
How to make your next public speaking event more meaningful and less like a data dump.
Tips on how to engage communication when faced with an employee's cold silence.
Experts tell us that racial profiling is a terrible thing. How about linguistic profiling?

Too often, people express themselves negatively without even realizing it. If your writing contains a lot of “no’s” and “not’s,” it’s a signal of negative writing. Using positive, self-assured, optimistic language is a better way to promote your ideas. Here are examples of negative sentences turned positive:

Does it matter if we misspell words or use abbreviations in email messages? Opinions are mixed. Everyone, however, agrees that when you’re working on written correspondence or an important document, it has to be flawless. Can you spot the grammar and writing errors in the sentences?

Without you realizing it, low morale can creep into your organization. Check every day to make sure people stay in tune. Here are 10 sour notes to listen for: