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.
People believe that communicating is just about getting your point across, but the truth is there is no communication without listening.
The first day or week on a new job can be stressful as you face the unknown. Consider these simple, yet effective strategies for helping new administrative assistants feel welcome.
Even with workplace environments becoming more casual, you should avoid some conversations.
To get ahead in business, it doesn’t hurt to have an expansive network. But what do you do when you’re drowning in contacts’ invitations for lunch or after-hour drinks?
Meetings that are unfocused and long-winded are the bane of many managers’ lives.
Everyone wants to swear there are better forms of communication in the office that will boost your team to miraculous collaborations. Don’t bet on it.
You wouldn’t think that something as simple as a handshake could make or break the impression you leave on people, but it can.
Being a successful manager is a combination of skill, training and experience. But much of it also depends on your ability to connect with others in a way that makes them feel valued, and heard.
You can determine pretty quickly if you’re boring your listeners—and make adjustments before you lull them to sleep.
Sometimes the best communication tactic you can use is to not communicate at all. Often, silence is truly golden—saving you grief and hardship.