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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Most people talk at 125-180 words per minute. But listeners can process up to 500 words a minute, making it easy for them to capture the gist of your message and daydream.
You’ll move up faster if bosses trust you.
Your peers and bosses perceive you as crass, impulsive and unreliable. Yet you think of yourself as blunt, intuitive and flexible.
The are only 29 openings for head coach of an NBA team. Butch Carter filled one of those jobs for three years, boosting the Toronto Raptors from 16 wins to 45 wins.
To jump-start your job search, you enlist a headhunter to steer you to the best openings. That’s a good start. But don’t assume a recruiter will think of you first.
Some speakers don’t end their comments with finality.
I’ve been offered a good job with a salary that matches my experience and excellent benefits in an industry I have no interest in. But it’s hard to obtain a comparable salary in my desired field. What should I do?
I made copies of my résumé at the office, and I left the original where my boss found it.
If a new CEO or senior executive takes over and vows to “shake things up,” don’t fret. While it’s wise to plan for upheaval by quietly job-hunting, also use the internal turmoil to your advantage.
Soon after Kenneth Chenault joined American Express in his early 30s, he took a job as VP of marketing for the firm’s low-profile merchandise services unit.
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