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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.

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To gain customers’ trust, use these tactics.

If you want to ruin your presentation fast, utter these phrases in your introduction.

Stress affects everyone, and if it is taking a toll on you, it’s time to have a direct conversation with your boss. Follow this advice to do so, without looking like you can’t handle your job.

You don’t need a title or boatloads of authority to influence people. Here’s how to lead others and influence them to get things done, even if you aren’t the boss.

Instead of blurting out “No way!” or “I’m too busy!” try these statements.

To succeed this year, you need to focus on your priorities. That may mean you need to let go of your people-pleaser tendencies. But how do you know if you’re truly a people pleaser? Ask yourself these questions.

Make a great first impression when you introduce yourself.

Make the most of your networking efforts by following this advice.

There’s nothing wrong with a little self-promotion—if you do it the right way. Follow these tips to pat yourself on the back, without sounding arrogant.

Do you desperately need your co-workers—or even your boss—to move a little faster and deliver on a request? Use these subtle, polite phrases to encourage them to step it up.

Livestreaming offers a fresh way to connect with customers and promote your product and services. Follow these tips to create outstanding live content.

When someone sends you an email invitation for a meeting or work social event, should you follow certain etiquette? Absolutely. Here are the rules.

Despise public speaking? Follow these tips to make the whole experience less scary.

Conflicts in the workplace are inevitable, but you can keep them from ruling your day. Follow these tips to maintain your control when conflict threatens to take over.

The wrong questions can ruin a sales call and fast. To keep the conversation rolling, avoid the following questions, and learn what you should say instead.

Here’s some advice on prepping for a video interview from Tom Johnson, head of corporate communications for a consulting firm.

One of the most important skills you can learn is how to describe complex or complicated ideas in a way that everyone can understand. Follow this advice to master the skill.

At work, numbers speak volumes. If you can’t show, quantitatively, that something is improving, then how can you really know it’s improving? It’s not surprising, then, that more admins are being asked to set SMART goals to be evaluated against.

Are you killing it a work—or barely making an impact? Here are three ways to know if you’re doing an exceptional job or merely a mediocre one.

If you want to boost your productivity as we move into 2018—but you are tired of the same old advice—use these tips from executive coach Dr. Monique Valcour.

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