Business Communication Today, 14th Ed.
Chapter 8. Social Media
"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.
"Do you like curly fries?
"Get more done by understanding which of your tasks depend on which others, and sequence them to take the least amount of time.
"I sat down recently to chat with Jennifer K.
"Do your brainstorming sessions create a drizzle or a flood of ideas?
Everyone experiences the world through unconscious biases of perceptual filters, and too often people are unaware that they are doing so.
"We’ve collected real stories about candidates who were well on their way to snagging a new role, but didn’t, all or at least in part because of a social media post (or posts) someone on the hiring side found during the vetting process.
"When you’re in an interview, everything is focused on you – your education, your skills, and the qualities that make you the best candidate for the job.
"Inside the world of professional coaching.
"Behavior plays a major role in new targeting options on LinkedIn.
"As a TV meteorologist, Emily Sutton has been on the receiving end of negative comments for a decade.
"In this podcast, Coach Kelly Forrister focuses on the best practices of email communications with others, including appropriate use, writing effective subject lines, creating agreed upon response times, reply to all and more.
"Perhaps you've seen text or image buttons on various websites inviting you to "subscribe via RSS.
"Emotions and work are a weird thing.
"Getting on to every single social media platform (and there are a lot these days!) can distract and disengage your followers," writes Kara Perez (photo, left) in an article at Due.
"Take this FEMA quiz to test your knowledge on social media’s role in emergency management.
"Listen to a fascinating segment with David Allen where he outlines the sources of procrastination, shares a few fun examples of the dynamics at work, and talks about the steps you can take to overcome it.
As 2018 enters its last two months, take a look at this 2018 social media report to see how it's held up.
"The vast majority of evidence suggests that our smartphones are not uniformly harmful, and in some cases, they may be a force for good.
"The next time you’re standing at the edge of a scenic cliff or on top of a waterfall, take care before snapping a quick selfie.
"Use your social-media channels to deliver remarkable customer experiences, develop deeper relationships, and produce content they want to devour.