Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
"You want to charm and impress your interviewer, not turn them off with bad behavior," writes Rachel Gillett (photo, left) and Áine Cain in a BusinessInsider.
"The truth is that projecting power as a speaker doesn’t mean getting louder.
"Everyone has favorite products.
"Artificial intelligence scares people—excessively so .
Karin Hurt (photo, left) asks, "Have you ever felt this way?
Korena Keys (photo, left) asks, "Have you experienced a social media troll or seen unwanted solicitations appear on your Facebook page?
"Here are a few sites you can check out next time you find yourself struggling to put together the perfect résumé: .
"The recruitment space is prime for automation; the hiring process necessitates the screening of a high volume of candidates.
"The scale of the internet is so great, that it doesn’t make sense to look at the information on a monthly basis, or even to use daily figures," writes Jeff Desjardins for the World Economic Forum.
"We believe work should make you happy every second of every day.
"Students who use emojis in their emails and write “heeeeelp!” in the subject line don't necessarily know better.
Richard Felloni presents the winner of the 2017 Toastmaster's World Champion of Public Speaking.
According to Libby Kane (photo, left) and Mike Nudelman, "Everyone has to deal with their money, and some of us do it better than others.
"Recruiters know all too well that not all resumes are created equal.
"I became an HR person in 1984, when many of my readers had not been born yet.
"I first learned about the idea of an assertiveness formula many years ago, reading the book People Skills, by Robert Bolton.
According to voice coach Amy Jo Jackson, "When working with a client who is interested in accent reduction, we’ll begin with a diagnostic session, where I’ll have them read a passage of text so I can hear where they are and what their mouth is doing.
Blake Snow reports on the topic at Cisco.
Beth Holland provides the details over at KQED/Mindshift.
"The World Economic Forum (WEF) has said we are on the brink of a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” that will blur the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres.
"Artificial Intelligence has quietly become a part of our daily life, and is helping us in ways we don’t even come to know of .
"We all know that being seen as confident, but not cocky, at work can have a positive effect on our careers.
"In April, LinkedIn announced it had reached 500 million members, making it one of the most popular social networks for professionals and one of the top social networks overall.
"I'm not that old, but I went to high school in a time before Facebook, before Google became a verb.