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Workplace Communication

In an era of Casual Fridays and work-from-home colleagues, how can you maintain effective office communication in a changing business climate?

We’ll steer you through changes in business etiquette, and help you successfully navigate through the new realities of workplace conflict and office politics.

Keep a pen and pad handy.

Collect sage advice

by on February 1, 1999 8:00am
in Workplace Communication

When asking a mentor whether you should make a tough career move, be clear and honest
If you’re exploring the job market and wonder whether accepting a new job will lead to burnout, ask an interviewer, “To what extent do the best people here maintain active lives outside work?”

Cut the complaints

by on February 1, 1999 8:00am
in Workplace Communication

If you hate your job, keep it to yourself.
Q. In a recent meeting with my company’s CEO, I was among the managers asked to make a five-minute presentation on my unit’s progress. I was nervous and wound up talking for about 15 minutes.
Ten beneficial networking tips
Like Teflon, some bosses never have anything bad stick to them. Despite abortive projects and unmet commitments, they survive.
To reach a major decision, invite your team to vote on a course of action.
Manage change by communicating to your team the dangers of the status quo.

Beat the clock

by on February 1, 1999 6:30am
in Workplace Communication

Experiment with different schedules and compare your productivity.