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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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Make a great first impression when you introduce yourself.

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

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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.

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With so many of us looking at our smartphones, it’s almost quaint to have a face-to-face conversation. Yet there’s no replacement for looking into someone’s eyes and establishing a bond.

Do employees or co-workers regularly interrupt you or do other tasks, such as look at their phones, as you speak? Use these phrases to put an end to the rude behavior.

Follow this advice to set New Year’s resolutions that you actually see through.

Slack, a team collaboration and communication tool, is becoming increasing popular in the workplace, especially for virtual and hybrid teams. If you are using it, make sure you follow these courtesy rules so that everyone benefits from—and doesn’t resent—the technology.

Wading deeper into a new year of opportunities and professional aspirations, many of us are hitting the gym more and focused on physical fitness. Yet, we can’t deny that our endurance is also exceedingly dependent on a happy, healthy mind.

Work is stressful enough. Don’t let the following problems make it even more so. Vow now to eliminate these major stress-causers from your life.

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