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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We all know the value of a decimal point. But what about the “unspoken” decimal point?
When it comes to business writing, you must make it about your readers and what they stand to gain from your words.
No matter how much you would like to continue a conversation, respect “gotta go” signals from your conversational partner.
You can spend a truckload of money and waste a whole bunch of time training employees—if you don’t make the training mean something to them.
For a winning team, rev up Bill Belichick’s “Do Your Job” philosophy in your workplace.
16 widely varied questions about taking minutes answered.
When we’re trying to convey a message, concept or lesson to co-workers, we tend to take the path of least resistance: typing a few words onto the screen and dashing off an email.
Your boss is out of the office and has asked you to be his or her contact person. Follow these tips.
You’ve sat through a hundred speeches before—and you remember maybe two of them. Here’s a sample sequence to keep yours on course so it doesn’t wind up with those lost 98.
Always opt for clear, concise language that everyone can understand—and quit using these words and phrases.
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