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Communication Briefings

You will hear your fair share of criticism at work. It’s inevitable. How you take that criticism and what you do afterward can make or break your career.

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You could have the best idea in the world, but if you botch your presentation of it, no one will care. Follow these tips to state your case well.

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A quick way to undermine your professionalism is to fill your presentations with “ya know,” says communication expert Carmine Gallo.

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If you want people to follow you, you need to prove your credibility. But how do you do that? Follow these critical tips.

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To truly learn what matters to your employees, motivates them and holds them back at work, surveys are the way to go. Just make sure you follow these tips to receive honest, useful responses.

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Gathering your entire organization together is a great way to share information and boost transparency. Follow these tips to run a meeting effectively.

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Convert your indifferent or apathetic employees into top performers by following these tips.

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Your organization is generating a ton of content, ranging from staff and product descriptions and marketing copy to blogs and larger assets—and many stakeholders are involved. To ensure consistency, create content templates.

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If you want to suck the motivation, inspiration, enthusiasm and productivity right out of your staff, follow this advice.

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If you want your feedback to matter to employees, avoid these common—but reckless—mistakes.

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