Business Communication Today, 14th Ed.
Chapter 7. Digital Media
"When you frame it the right way, your feedback can get your colleague on your side.
"A listener wondered whether Grammar Girl should be saying "end quote" instead of 'unquote.
"Welcome back to Business English Skills 360 for today’s lesson on Business English communication skills for leading a group to a decision.
"Do you want to send an email that gets a response every time?
"Making a group of people agree on an important business decision can seem like a difficult task.
"Whether you're a senior professional or an office newbie, here are 13 must-remember dos and don'ts of business email etiquette.
"Success in business depends on making good decisions.
"Naval Ravikant (@naval) is the CEO and co-founder of AngelList.
"This Business English Pod lesson is the final part in our series on handling a crisis.
"In this Business English Pod lesson, we’ll see how important it is to strategize and plan when you’re handling a crisis.
"This is the third in our Business English Pod series on handling a crisis.
"This is the first in a series of Business English lessons on handling a crisis.
"[Recently] we looked at several ways to brainstorm ideas.
"Let’s face it: ideas are a dime a dozen.
"In today’s lesson, were going to look at how to organize your ideas.
"A job interview is one of the most stressful and high-pressure situations you experience in your working life.
"Unless you’re perfect, you have room to improve.
"Criticism is something we all have to face.
"So, you’ve found some great resources for studying English that suit your purpose.
"There are many different reasons why you might want to influence people.
"Many students of English have the feeling that they’ve learned pretty much all the grammar they need.
"In today’s lesson, we’re going to continue our look at the 10 key characteristics of the successful business leader.
"For today’s lesson, we’re going to take a look at 10 key skills or characteristics that every successful business leader needs.