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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Rebecca Newton, writing at Forbes, offers tips to overcome your nervousness and regain your confidence.
The five-hour rule, a strategy touted by Benjamin Franklin, calls for setting aside one hour each weekday to focus on deliberate learning. You can use this as a tool to be more successful in the long term.
Most people don’t even realize they are being a jerk, until someone points it out. If you exhibit these behaviors in the workplace, your co-workers just might think you are a Grade A jerk.
You just learned that you are going to receive a bonus for all your hard work, and you are giddy over the news. However, is there protocol or etiquette you should follow to show your appreciation?
Priscilla Claman, writing at Harvard Business Review, offers these tactics to disagree professionally and effectively.
Do you feel like you have wronged a co-worker so severely that there’s no coming back from it? While you could’ve burned some bridges, don’t consider the relationship over until you genuinely apologize.
A social media presence isn’t something you can set up and tend to only when it occurs to you. So what are you doing with yours?
Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams recently found himself in a social media battle with Johan Malcolm, an employee at a Maryland pizzeria. The reason for Malcolm’s ire? Williams left a 75-cent tip on a $128.26 bill.
How can you identify self-starters? Try these questions during interviews.
Ensure that your hard work isn’t going unnoticed by drafting a strong self-evaluation.
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