Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
Building brand awareness and successfully interacting with consumers is a crucial part of doing business today.
No one wants to visit a fast-food chain with a grubby dining room and unknown germs lurking in the kitchen.
Made some money mistakes you’re not exactly proud of?
When it comes to money, there’s a ton of terrible advice out there.
Americans rely on credit and credit scores to give lenders an idea of their trustworthiness when they want to open a credit card, get a mortgage, or take out a loan.
These easy-to-use ideas will help you achieve a business-friendly conversational tone.
LinkedIn has become an important credibility builder for professionals.
The willingness to take risks is a key habit; see what the other six are.
Get an overview of the laws that govern religious expression in the workplace.
When Dan Ariely, a behavorial economist, realized that reading and sending emails was consuming an ever-expanding portion of his time—Ariely regularly receives hundreds of emails a day, excluding spam—he wondered if there were something he and others could be doing differently in managing their online correspondence.
There's never been a better time to work at a startup.
Follow these steps to get more out of your meetings.
Amazon, Netflix, and Home Depot some of America's favorite brands, according to the latest version of Morning Consult's Most Loved Brands study.
Psychologist Guy Winch shares some practical tips for soothing the sting of rejection.
Many job interviewers ask tough questions designed to trick you.
People in the states with the highest incomes and highest costs of living don't necessarily have the most in the bank, data from GOBankingRates shows.
"Spatial's AR app is enabling companies to have holographic meetings.
"LinkedIn unveiled a host of new features this week for both ends of the employment spectrum: job seekers and recruiters.
"When you apply for any job, the very first tool you will use to grab the attention of employers is your cover letter.
"Here are the most disruptive office distractions, ranked from worst to least worst, based the percentage of respondents who described them as causing moderate to very high distraction levels: .
"When you frame it the right way, your feedback can get your colleague on your side.
"Are you open about the areas where you want help?
"Leave stage fright, jitters, and nerves behind by developing key performance hacks as told by Juilliard performance psychologist Dr.
"In this conversation between Michael Hyatt [photo, left] and Get-It-Done Guy, Stever Robbins, Michael offers a wide range of tools to make you more productive, more relaxed, and help you achieve the highest of all goals: freedom.