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Writing for the Workplace by Janet MizrahiEmployers consider communication one of the most critical skills for workers today. Written to address the needs of both students entering the workforce and business professionals looking to improve their written communication, Writing for the Workplace is a matter-of-fact, how-to guide that provides strategies for effective professional communication. From targeted emails and convincing long reports to winning presentations and engaging résumés, this concise book offers busy readers easy-to-follow strategies that will improve their workplace writing. The first section of the book addresses writing in today's fast-paced business and professional contexts and discusses writing as a process; professional writing style; writing tools; characteristics of effective workplace communication; and basic document design. The second section is a more detailed exploration of common written genres in the workplace including email messages, letters, social media, short and long reports, presentations, and employment communication. Each section includes sample documents and examines organization, tone, and genre elements. Helpful checklists and easily scannable text make the book accessible and readable.
Publication Date: 2015-05-15
Business Communication by Jonah C. PardilloBusiness communication examines various aspects of communicationin business including an extensive historical overviewand introduction of business communication and overcomingbarriers to communication. It includes definitions of internalcommunication, external communication along with oral communicationthat talks about the power of speech. Provides thereader with insights into the development of its history, so as tounderstand the business communication and the role writing skills play in an effectivebusiness communication along with various applications of business communication incross-cultural communications.
Publication Date: 2019-01-30
B-C-D: Business Communication by Luke StrongmanBCD. Business Communication Digitally is a book for todays and tomorrows business practitioner and student that is structured into eleven chapters, each dealing with topics salient for aspects of business practice in the digital age. The constant need to innovate, to communicate ahead of time, to perform a service or supply a product on the promise of the future transaction, informs much about business practice. After all, what is business acumen based on but the difference between realities and contingencies, the tangible and the intangible? Most business communication in the digital world of today and tomorrow will either take place face to face or technologically mediated (by phone, email, video conference, text, etc.). More mediated business communication is taking place because of the ubiquitous availability of new distal technologies that are compatible with the office PC social media, Skype, Yammer, etc. It is now possible to video-call a colleague almost anywhere in the world via internet connection. With the ubiquitous use of social media technology as one form of mass communication, social presence and media effects become relevant to mass communication that are encountered in the business world. The chapters of BCD are developed on a progression of themes. opportunity; creativity; equality and sustainability; negotiation; patience; listening; recognition; trust; intangibles; social presence; and digital media. These themes combine to engender a sense of situatedness in a world of doing.
Publication Date: 2018-01-01
Don't Take the Last Donut by Judith BowmanDon't Take the Last Donut gives you the tools you need to be confident and letter-perfect in any business setting--from pitch to presentation, from networking to contract negotiations, and everything in between. With this book, you will easily master the art of small talk, the protocol of the perfect business introduction, and the many nuances of the business lunch. You'll learn: The protocol of the proper business introduction...even if you have forgotten someone's name. The art of creating a positive first impression. How to manage an awkward moment. The vast differences in rules of etiquette around the world. Plus, new for the paperback edition: a new appendix, showing readers how to exceed expectations in the workplace and go from "fine" to "fabulous." In this age of economic uncertainty, every edge counts.
Publication Date: 2009-08-15
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