Business Communication Today, 14th Ed.
Chapter 2. Collaboration, Interpersonal Communication, and Business Etiquette
"There are about 7,000 languages spoken around the world -- and they all have different sounds, vocabularies and structures.
"Is there a difference between 'low' and 'law'?
"Welcome back to Business English Skills 360 for today’s lesson on Business English communication skills for leading a group to a decision.
"For me, there are few things more torturous in life than small talk.
"Making a group of people agree on an important business decision can seem like a difficult task.
"In this American English pronunciation lesson you will learn the key to the Perfect P sound and how P is different from B.
"Whether you're a senior professional or an office newbie, here are 13 must-remember dos and don'ts of business email etiquette.
"It’s easy to feel like we don’t measure up or deserve some of the praise we receive for our successes, even when we’ve worked hard to achieve them.
"Trust and cooperation are not standard in our organizations and yet we know they should be.
"Success in business depends on making good decisions.
"Wanna stand out as a particularly collaborative colleague?
"If you find you're harboring any of these 11 negative personality traits, including low emotional intelligence, impatience, or managing with fear, it may be time to make some serious changes.
"In this video, I will talk about how you can improve your fluency and confidence in English, even if you don't speak English on a daily basis.
"Organizational life improves when meetings improve.
"You spend at least 40 hours a week with coworkers.
"Here's how you can resolve a sudden conflict in 60 seconds or less using the LEAF strategy, although it may not work for deeper, longstanding conflicts.
"How will AI reshape your career?
"In this super fun lesson, you'll learn 7 common conversational English phrasal verbs with examples from the popular TV series Friends! You will also meet Ethan from the Learn English with TV Series channel.
"Allison Shapira, CEO and Founder of Global Public Speaking LLC, discusses the subject of "uptalk" - when our voice rises at the end of a sentence and makes us sound like we're asking a question instead of making a statement.
"The conversion from movement into meaning is both seamless and direct, because we are endowed with the capacity to speak without talking and comprehend without hearing.
"WSJ's Joanna Stern "bumps into" Steph Korey [photo, left] in the elevator and asks about the luggage company's push into physical retail, her advice for raising capital and her travel habits.
"If you really want to sound more natural and native in your spoken English you have to use contractions.
"In today’s lesson, were going to look at how to organize your ideas.
"Most of us have stumbled when saying an unfamiliar name.