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In this Harvard Business Review podcast, Sarah Green interviews Bryan Garner (photo, left), editor in chief of Black's Law Dictionary and author of the HBR Guide to Better Business Writing.
"There is one question that you will definitely be asked in any job interview, a question for which you should always prepare a response.
"This is the second in a two-part Business English Podcast series on handling angry customers on the telephone.
"Good customer service is essential to success in any industry, but it is particularly important in the service and hospitality sector.
"In this Business English Pod lesson we’re going to look at discussing problems over the phone.
This is the the second of a two-part Business English Pod series on working in multicultural teams.
This is the first in a two-part Business English Pod series on working in multicultural teams.
In BEP 34, we talked about clarifying what was said , for example, “What did you just say?
In a recent Business English Podcast (BEP 22), we looked at how to deal with technical problems when speaking on the telephone in English.
This is the first in a two-part Business English Podcast series on clarifying.
This is an intermediate level Business English Podcast on making telephone calls in English.
In this Business English Podcast lesson we take another look at the language used to suggest and discuss ideas in meetings and teleconferences.
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According to Sue Shellenbarger, "When it comes time for a meeting, co-workers can be deadly.
CFAA Graduate Tutor Natasha (photo, above) covers several tips for proofreading your papers.
Scott Summit (photo, left) is the featured presenter in this ecorner.
Rebecca Costa (photo, left) has a podcast over at Vistage.
Jane Gunn (photo, left) is known as "The Corporate Peacemaker.
In this Stanford University podcast professor Tom Byers (photo, left) discusses ten enduring success factors of high-technology entrepreneurship.
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