Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
"Is your company producing relevant, useful content?
A CNN iReport by Neil Nash.
"What constitutes a “career change” is a bit vague, but I like to think of it as taking a job in a new industry so that you can continue to develop your personal and professional skills.
According to Liz Ryan, "For years a resume was a bland, boring recitation of the jobs you’d held, but now a resume is much more than that.
"You want to stop procrastinating?
"Culture shock is the confusion and agitation one encounters when being in a foreign place.
"A lot of people are confused.
"In order to have fewer, more purposeful meetings, we need a more robust vocabulary to describe them.
"How is it that some bloggers are able to create and grow large blogging empires, while others are met with constant failures?
Josh Dzieza reports on how "the rating game" has changed things.
Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Michael Corkery report at NYTimes.
"Latin America is destined to emerge as one of the most important regions in the global market for mobile telephony, according to the latest studies published in the sector.
According to Bob Egan (photo, left), "Thirty-nine percent of employees say that a foundation of trust between them and their employers still isn’t there when it comes to mobile.
"In the past four years, data has become a bigger and bigger part of my own presentations, since I frequently speak about data-driven projects like the new rules for the collaborative economy, and what social media analytics can’t tell you about your customers.
"When people talk about “the next big thing,” they’re never thinking big enough.
"Every business professional and entrepreneur believes they are good communicators, but how do they know?
"To help you get into your interviewer’s head and learn what they want to see in a candidate, we rounded up a list of science-backed strategies to make yourself seem more likable, competent, and ultimately hirable.
"To save you keystrokes, here’s the run-down on some of the most common problem words: .
"When you receive almost 150 work emails every day, your inbox can quickly become the bane of your existence," writes Rachel Gillett, a careers reporter at BusinessInsider.
"When Patricia Fripp [photo, left] speaks, professional speakers and executives listen," says Henry DeVries, contributor at Forbes.
"There are times Dan Price feels as if he stumbled into the middle of the street with a flag and found himself at the head of a parade.
Natalie Sportelli (photo, left) reports.
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