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"We reached out to the Global Language Monitor, which publishes an annual list of the year's top English words, to compile a ranking of the most popular business terms.
AuthorStream presents a slide show on the topic of PowerPoint and its usage.
Julie Bort (photo, left) covers the seamier side of reputation management.
"I came across a table about the most frequently used words in spoken and written genres in James Pennebaker's book on "The Secret Life of Pronouns", so I did a quick analysis on my cca.
Scott Schwertly (photo, left) explains "how you can play the social card during your next presentation: .
According to Michelle Kerrigan (photo, left), "I’ve been in the business world for a long time and have distilled success down to 4 main keys.
"Here are the top six workplace fears and how to move past them.
Anthony Dejolde shares an infographic on the topic of "googling like a boss.
"What do budding businesses need to make sure they’re speaking loud and clear?
"In a decision that could reshape the rules for online consumer reviews, a Virginia court has ruled that the popular website Yelp must turn over the names of seven reviewers who anonymously criticized a prominent local carpet cleaning business.
According to Jeff Mann (photo, left), a Gartner research director, "The rapid adoption of smart devices, both in the workplace and outside, has raised expectations about accessibility and user experience in the workforce.
"Like many designers," writes NYTimes staff writer Quentin Hardy, "Eric Rodenbeck (photo, left) has had a long relationship with bar graphs and pie charts.
"One example of how extensively mobile devices have changed long-held conventions of communications is that presenters who once were disturbed by audience members texting on their phones now are worried if they don’t," says Steve Friedman of Present Perfect.
Vivian Giang covers the topic of what you should do when you are sick and faced with the need to shake someone's hand.
"The new year is often a good time to reflect on the good and bad things that have happened in the past year," says Vivian Giang with BusinessInsider.
"These communicative tools can be used either internally within a company’s members, or externally between a company and other parties such as suppliers and customers.
Sallie Krawcheck (photo, left) shares her thoughts on the topic of building a successful team.
"What makes a great public speaker truly great?
"With the growth of such customer review sites as Yelp and TripAdvisor, and e-commerce sites like eBay, anyone with access to the Internet can potentially make or break a company's reputation.
According to Alana Burke (photo, left), "I personally experience stress on a very regular basis.
"Kim Brown is an assistant director for Syracuse University's Career Services department.
"Answering a cellphone or shooting off a text message during a business lunch may do more than just give an employee a bad reputation — it could cost them a chance to move up the corporate ladder, new research suggests," writes Chad Brooks (photo, left) in a piece at FoxBusiness.