Business Communication Today, 14th Ed.
Chapter 2. Collaboration, Interpersonal Communication, and Business Etiquette
"I've gathered a baker's dozen of the best business podcasts here -- some you may already know and hopefully some that are new to you.
"Much like its analog predecessor, email marketing can matter more than other forms of communication because it’s personal.
"As the lead behavioral investigator at the Science of People, I love writing and researching human lie detection, nonverbal communication and human behavior, but I also have an amazing community of fellow authors and writers with my passion and I wanted to give them a shout out.
"Would you like to write faster?
"A college student breaks down the five unique skill sets this generation brings to the workplace.
"The management meeting is coming to close.
"Tina Nicolai [photo, left] estimates that she has read more than 40,000 résumés since launching Résumé Writers' Ink in 2010," writes Áine Cain in an article at BusinessInsider.
"Your days are filled with what seems like endless sit-downs, conversations, and brainstorming sessions.
"In offices around the world, writers spend time and energy disputing business writing standards.
"Motorists driving through Lake George may notice the signature orange roof of a Howard Johnson's hotel as they pass through.
"Expert recruiters from Facebook, LinkedIn, and others weigh in on the right approach to following up after an interview.
"Online dictionary Merriam-Webster announced on February 7 that it has added more than 1,000 new words to its catalog, drawing from pop culture, science, foreign languages, sports, medicine, and more.
"In my line of work — first as a correspondent and host with top television networks and today as a professional speaker — it's critical to be able to connect with anyone and everyone," says Antonio Neves (photo, left) in an article at Inc.
"In this post, I’d love to share 20 actionable ways to use social media for storytelling," writes Alfred Lua (photo, left).
"If you're a recent grad or a college senior, you may have been told to focus your job search.
"The only reason we treat job-seekers less carefully than we treat customers and prospective customers is that many employers still cling to the outdated notion that job applicants are a dime a dozen, and somehow less than human.
"These days, mornings can be the noisiest time of day: if not literally, then at least figuratively.
"When it comes to reaching your goals, do your mental patterns help you or hurt you?
"When PR is done well, it can be brilliant in its ability to promote your brand.
"If you want others to believe in you, you must believe in your own value and act in a way that conveys confidence.
According to Kyle Lee, "This question’s been haunting job seekers since the dawn of interviewing.
"A good writer produces not just words, but meaning.