Category Archives: Communication
It’s weird that, in today’s world of Twitter and Facebook, people still don’t seem to have a good grasp of emails. It’s bad enough that people mess things up with personal emails but it’s worse when people do it in their business emails where things could go more horrible wrong with more grotesque consequences. Here are some mistakes to avoid when writing business emails.
Make sure to improve your email skills. Here are more tips on effective business communication via email.
Sometimes, the workplace is such a pit of stupidly drafted emails that sorting through your inbox is a chore in itself. Don’t want to be part of it? Here are some tips on effective business communication via email.
Conference calls are just like any other business meeting. Even if the participants do not see one another face-to-face, conference calls are still governed by rules of meetings.
Kids often complain that their parents do not listen to them. This might actually be true, or we may be hearing them but not really listening to them.
Here are some tips and suggestions on how to make a warm and friendly answering machine recording for the family phone.
Handling negative criticism at work takes a lot of getting used to. It can even be very tough for some.
Still thinking if you need to updated and/or upgrade your office with new (if not the latest) technology in communication? Here are some factors to help you convince why you do have to:
You were a new hire once too. Although the HR department of companies usually have a standard on-boarding for new hires, you can add your own welcome, especially to the newest member of your own team. It always pays to be nice.
It’s very easy to be detailed when creating a profile online, especially if one is excited about joining a social network for the first time. However, there is such a thing as giving away too much information about one’s self.