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.

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You know if you’re an alpha male: You stress out when you’re not in charge.
Bartering isn’t just for small businesses owners.
A cross section of salaried employees took part in a planning session for a big chemical company in Tennessee. Marilyn was the least senior and least knowledgeable employee and the only woman in the group whose task was to figure out how to cut skyrocketing railroad-transport costs.
Never confuse spontaneity with lack of preparation.
When you meet an influential person, learn as much as you can, with this structured timeline approach:
As a graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee, football coaching prodigy-to-be Jon Gruden found himself passing a note to assistant coach Walt Harris during an important game against Auburn.
Leaders can say a lot about how much they value their people by undertaking some physical act of labor.
Dan Wieden launched his advertising career in the basement of a union hall in Portland, Ore., with nothing more than a pay phone and a borrowed typewriter, on which he tapped out a slogan: “Just do it.”
Negative team members are like poison. Left unchecked, they corrode morale through the ranks. They can take many forms, including:
The notion that people could fly remained the gold standard of impossibility right up until the Wright brothers actually did it.
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