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Olga Khazan (photo, left), of The Atlantic, covers the topic of "vocal fry.
On Point, with Tom Ashbrook, covers the topic of "verbal tics" (“I’m just saying.
In this podcast Bonnie Marcus, founder of WomensSuccessCoaching.
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Jensen Huang, co-founder and CEO of the video hardware company NVidia, explains why having a big vision is essential to growing a company.
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Sarah Green interviews Bryan Garner in this podcast at HBR Blog.
"In this Business English Pod episode we’re going to look at making a verbal progress report during a meeting.
"This is the second in a two-part Business English Pod series on motivating your team.
"In this lesson, we’ll look at some ways to motivate your team.
"This is the second in a two-part Business English Podcast lesson on resolving conflict, in which we’ve been focusing on solving everyday disagreements in the office.
In this piece at BusinessInsider.
"People do not always get along, so dealing with conflict is part of any job.
"This second part of a two-part Business English Podcast series on running and participating in a problem-solving meeting.
"One of the most common reasons for holding a meeting is to solve a problem.
"In this intermediate Business English Pod lesson, we look at ways to give and ask for opinions.
"This is the first in a three-part Business English Pod series that explores the use of many different language techniques in the context of a merger.
"As a non-native speaker of English, you might often find yourself in situations like this: You’re sitting in a meeting or a teleconference, and some of the participants are native English speakers.
"In this Business English Podcast lesson we’re going to look at useful language for handling the practical details of a business visit, such as airport pickup and restaurant or hotel booking.
"The New Yorker's Maria Konnikova explains the science behind why we need to sleep more, waste less time on the internet, and stop multitasking.
"Have you ever taken on additional responsibilities when your schedule was already fully booked?
Listen to this podcast and identify at least three ways in which the podcast could be more persuasive, then draft a brief e-mail message that you could send to the podcaster with your suggestions for improvement.
Listen to this podcast and identify at least three ways in which the podcast could be improved, then draft a brief email message that you could send to the podcaster with your suggestions for improvement.