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.
Gender-specific words aren’t considered appropriate much anymore, says Mignon Fogarty at Quick and Dirty Tips. It’s especially important to avoid them in your business writing as much as possible—and to be aware of the exceptions. Here are some tips to keep them straight.
If you are facing a writing deadline at work, and you just can’t find the words to put down on paper, consider these off-the-wall ideas to power through.
Every leader wants to run a harmonious workplace. But when personalities clash and tensions erupt, collaboration tends to fall by the wayside.
Communication is essential to a successful office, but no matter how much we practice our communication skills, there are still bad habits. These bad habits can kill your conversations right out of the gate, writes Kristin Wong for Lifehacker. By working on breaking them, you can improve your communication skills.
Here is a list of products you should capitalize in your writing because they are actually brand names.
As remote work becomes more common, people are questioning what’s lost when we quit seeing co-workers face-to-face, says productivity expert Laura Vanderkam for Fast Company.
Wrapping up a project gives leaders and employees something to celebrate. Don’t, however, get lost in the excitement. Shortly after you complete a project, it is ideal that you sit down with your team to talk about the challenges you faced so that you can learn from your mistakes and improve your processes.
People will judge you based on your looks and the sound of your voice, well before they actually listen to what you have to say. Fortunately, you have a lot of control over your appearance, and while your voice is harder to change, you can take steps to tame annoying habits like these.
Is it only trained professionals who can read your body? How about your employees, your peers, your boss? Here's a brief guide to what people are seeing in your every move.
There are several things you can do when writing emails to get your readers’ attention and urge them to continue reading, according to the email marketing experts at the Specialized Information Publishers Association.