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.
When you only have five minutes to get up to speed with what important people are talking about on a daily basis in meetings, books, magazines and on the Web, you need a cheat sheet. Let’s see if you can cruise safely through the rest of 2016 armed with these definitions.
It’s often believed that using emojis at work can make you look unprofessional. However, many organizations are loosening their rules regarding them. If you’d like to sprinkle your messages with the fun little images, follow these rules.
Communicating with people—even people who are very different from you—doesn’t have to be difficult, especially if you follow these tried-and-true rules.
Hosting a contest on social media is one of the smartest ways to connect with and reward current followers—while also reaching potential customers.
The words between and among aren’t always interchangeable. Mignon Fogarty shared examples at QuickandDirtyTips.com to illustrate the distinction.
Even the smartest communicators misuse phrases. Here are nine mistakes to avoid.
Parentheses are one form of punctuation that can cause some confusion. Some people have trouble determining when to use them, while others may apply them without really knowing if parentheses are the most appropriate punctuation.
Do you want to enrage employees—and damage your relationship with them? If you don’t, avoid saying that something is “not possible.” As in, “Increasing the budget is ‘not possible.’ ”
You can prevent so many misunderstandings, and drastically reduce conflict, if you make the choice to be less reactive and more intentional when you communicate at work. Follow this advice.
Leaders learn how to relate to people in diverse settings. From formal boardrooms to friendly chats with employees, they engage others well and listen attentively.