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Office Communication

Communication in business requires the understanding of different communication styles, and the ability to break down communication barriers.

In business communication, effective communication requires a sort of “office communication toolkit” – the kind of resource Business Management Daily provides.

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A flirting co-worker can make you feel uncomfortable. Worse, such behavior can be considered sexual harassment. Here’s the difference.
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When a co-worker or even your boss tells a fib, and you find out, it’s natural to feel hurt or angry—but that doesn’t mean you should react. Take these steps instead.
Want to elicit a serious eye roll from customers and co-workers? Litter your language with these annoying—often jarring—sometimes silly choices.
When you gain a new supervisor, it’s a smart idea to outline expectations for how the two of you will communicate.
You may not be entirely to blame for your communication misses. People’s cognitive biases can affect how they process information and make decisions based on what they heard. Overcome these eight cognitive biases that are working against you.
Whether it’s a new team member or someone who seems out of the loop, here are four ways to make people feel included.
If you want to engage in lively conversations, avoid these mistakes.
If 90% of the time you are thinking before speaking, then very rarely do you say something rude, embarrass an employee, or come across as inflexible (or worse, arrogant).
Here are some common lines and how they might be interpreted.
The goal of any email message is to make recipients want to keep reading. Follow these tips to do just that.
Your employees know how to improve your organization better than anyone else. Encourage them to speak up with these three tips.
During a presentation, a difficult question can throw you off your game. Follow this advice.
Whether you are writing a report for your boss, an email to a customer or marketing copy to sell a new product, follow these tried-and-true rules.
Rajeev Goel, CEO of California software firm PubMatic, has trained himself to empty his email inbox by the end of every workday. Here’s how he does it.
Do you work with someone who won’t stop interrupting? Follow these steps.
Ensure that new employees have everything they need to succeed, before their performance goes off track.
Practice until you can give your presentation not just by heart, but with complete confidence.
Individual face time with employees offers you an opportunity to provide both praise and constructive feedback, and it offers them a chance to vent or seek your guidance.
Twisting words and giving them new meanings happens in the business world just as much as with personal slang
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