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News and Articles About Communication Strategies
8 Commonly Misunderstood Words
Be careful when you use words such as 'comprise,' 'averse' and 'imply.' They are often used incorrectly.
Laura Hale Brockway
With This Exercise, Talk Your Way to Your Best Self
Use these conversational techniques to become the best version of you this new year.
Judith E. Glaser
These Words Can Hurt Your Credibility Without You Even Realizing It
Most people don't realize how they sound to others.
5 Essential Elements of an Email That Respects People's Time
Leveraging the best communication elements can make email an incredibly valuable and useful tool in your entrepreneurial arsenal.
How to Optimize Your Website Messaging to Increase Conversions
Have you been to a website recently where you read every word and absorbed every image on the homepage, but you still weren't sure what the business actually does?
LinkedIn to Unveil Tools to Connect Co-Workers
Like Facebook and Microsoft, LinkedIn is looking to facilitate intraoffice communication.
Facebook Begins Rolling Out Facebook at Work
The rumored intraoffice communication platform is now available as part of a pilot program.
The 2 Most Powerful Words a Manager Can Use
Sometimes the power of showing appreciation is overlooked.
Beware of These Commonly Misused and Misspelled Words (Infographic)
Even the strictest editors aren't immune to some of these miscues.
Be Memorable By Creating Your Own Personal Connection Story
Personal connection stories are a great way to make a good first impression and create a solid foundation for a new relationship.
10 Insider Tips to Conference Survival in 2015
With must-attend events like SXSW, LeWeb, CES and NAB Show approaching, here is how to make the most out of your time and money.
Attention Millennials: How to Excel at the Dying Art of Phone Conversations (Infographic)
Yes, people still talk on the phone. Here's a handy reminder of how to influence people when you do.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Retrain Your Brain to Feel Confident About Public Speaking
You're very unlikely to go blank, pass out and wet yourself on stage. Instead, focus on the good things.
Why 'Grabbing' Coffee Has to Go
The Esquire Guy has had it with noncommittal meetings. So stop grabbing and start having.
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