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Workplace-Communication Index


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  1. Human Resource Communication Pays Off By John T. Mooney
    Human Resource Communications and Corporate Communications – are they one in the same? Both plan and develop written communication strategies to further the understanding and perceptions of their audience. Both provide counsel and editorial support for management communications.Business communications transmits and manages messages that inform, persuade and collaborate by speaking the language of the company. HR Communications creates a “one company” culture, integrates acquisitions and fac…


  2. Internal Communication: 12 Essential Elements By Lee Hopkins
    There are 12 essential elements of a successful internal communications strategy:1. Effective employee-directed communications must be led from the top Effective communications require the active commitment and endorsement of senior managers. It is not enough simply to develop a 'vision statement' or formulate in general terms the values by which the company lives. Behaviour is what counts. Managers must be seen to behave in a manner that is consistent with the ethos they are promoting.2. The…


  3. Feeling Caught in Negativity? Go Watch Water By Carla Rieger
    A great philosophy professor named Luke Barber once told me: “If you are feeling caught in negativity and are struggling--go watch water.” My first reaction to that advice was confusion. It was hard to understand how this would apply to work interactions. He continued: “If you watch a river you might notice that water just flows. When it hits a rock it doesn't struggle with the rock, it flows around it. And, if you could watch this water long enough you would see that the water eventually wea…


  4. Hints For Working with People with Developmental Disabilities By Don Doman
    Here are some ideas to help you and everyone get along with people who have developmental disabilities. I collected these while visiting a friend. I looked these ideas over and realized that these ideas are great for getting along with everyone . . . not just people with developmental disabilities -- in almost any situation. See if you're already using some of these in your work areas. If not, you should be.Tips and Suggestons: SMILE and be friendly.Focus on abilities, not disabilities.Remembe…


  5. Business Relationhips Built On Trust, Reliability, Honesty and Integrity By Anthony Bloch
    I recently spent time analyzing what guides me in my business relationships as owner. It didn’t take me long to narrow down four key elements that I incorporate into my business transactions and relationships. In fact, my business relationships are an extension of how I interact in my personal relationships. Why shouldn’t my customers and business partners receive the same standards that my friends and family receive in my personal relationships?The four key elements of my business relations…


  6. PowerTalk: 10 Timeless Tips for Becoming a More Powerful Communicator By Jan Phillips
    Part of our evolutionary process is learning how to communicate more effectively and efficiently. Few of us have had much training in the matter, and most of us have experienced the consequences of communication breakdowns. We all know what doesn’t work, and how badly it feels to be unheard and misunderstood.I learned how to speak from a man who didn’t know how to listen. I once worked for a CEO who had no space or time for my emotions or conversational process—so I wrote an article called “Wh…


  7. Understanding Corporate Culture By Debra Thorsen
    Culture: n 1. natural phenomenon that is created whenever a group of people come together to collaborate; 2. foundation for all decisions and actions within an organization; 3. the way things are around here.Every time people come together with a shared purpose, culture is created. This group of people could be a family, neighborhood, project team, or company. Culture is automatically created out of the combined thoughts, energies, and attitudes of the people in the group.I often compare cu…


  8. Communication Workout: How to Keep Your Communication in Tip-Top Shape By Dale Klein
    Who can escape the daily onslaught of innovative ways to shape up, trim down, remove unwanted wrinkles and hair, and any other undesirable features in an effort to essentially redesign ourselves? The barrage of infomercials, pop-up advertising, books and promotions about how to look younger, feel vibrant and stay in shape, is ubiquitous!But wait a minute…what about the one physical activity we engage in every day and take for granted? Let’s face it, how many of us make a conscious effort to …


  9. Understanding Human Behavior By Manik Thapar
    Actual behavior is vary important, but so are the reason behind it. In most cases, the only way to know how motivated your staff members is through the ways in which they behave. This includes what they say, their gestures, expressions, and stance.NoteBe aware that the systems that your staff use mat be demotivatingReading BehaviorWhen trying to read behavior, recognize that while body language can give clues to motivation levels, it can also be misread. More concrete signals will be provided …


  10. How Do I Manage Workplace Conflict? By Philip Lye
    Workplace ConflictConflict is an inevitable part of business life and not all conflict is negative. Most people would agree that where there are people there is conflict.Some workplace conflict is healthy and if viewed positively can be an opportunity and catharsis for you and your business to effect positive change! It’s all how you think about it.However where unhealthy conflict raises its head repeatedly this has potential risk to cause your business negative consequences. These negative c…


  11. Where You Sit Speaks Volumes By Lillian D. Bjorseth
    Most people are not aware of the “sitting” language. You can create the illusion of power or equality in your relationship-building efforts by where you sit and where you seat others at meetings, conferences and after-hours events.Power PositionThe power position in a meeting being held at a rectangular table is always in the center facing the door, where the person can see who is coming and going. On television clips, you’ll notice it’s where the president of the United States sits. The secon…


  12. What We Have Here Is A Failure To Communicate By Harry Hoover
    Today's successful organizations are the ones which carry on open and honest communications with their employees. If employees know and understand the mission, they will help communicate it to customers.Here are some employee communication methods and the pros and cons of each. As in marketing communications, a multi-media approach will be most effective when delivering honest and open communication.Meetings and Discussion GroupsPros – Effective. Allow immediate response and feedback. Allow Q&…


  13. Effectively Monitor The Progress of Your Email Communications! By Rito Salomone
    The rise of Internet accessibility to the masses has revolutionized the way people work, play and communicate. Email communication has become the most popular means of information exchange in business and personal use. Personal computers, notebook, hand held devices and cellular telephones all allow you to communicate via email.Email has rapidly grown to rival the telephone as the centerpiece of effective communication. Although email tends to be less personal than a voice conversation, i…


  14. The Enjoyable Office: Ten Summertime Joy Breaks By Carla Rieger
    Lily Tomlin once said, "For fast-acting relief, try slowing down." It can be challenging to do that, however, once you get into overdrive. Joy Breaks may be your answer. One to ten-minute Joy Breaks can renew you throughout the day. When you let yourself have a few moments of enjoyment, your mood lifts—and your productivity and effectiveness can increase dramatically.Business guru Tom Peters maintains, "The number one premise of business is that it need not be dull. It ought to be fun. If it's…


  15. Doesn't Anybody Work Here? Nametags Impact Employee Communication By Scott Ginsberg
    Walmart was the first business to require all its employees to wear nametags. (There's a surprise!) Sam Walton created this initiative because he wanted his customers to "get to know the people they bought from."But the value of employee nametags spans far beyond getting to know people, it's all about being approachable. So whether you work in retail, hospitality, food service or sales, to wear a nametag is to be on stage. To be on stage is to be ready to serve your customers. And to be r…


  16. Office Politics By Kevin Hobbs
    Office politics! It’s just another way of saying: “The employees are not getting along!”When so much of a company’s success depends on the employees’ ability to work together as a cohesive team, it is critical that people understand and appreciate the differences in each other.Symptoms of Office Politics:ConflictStressJob DissatisfactionPoor communication skillsThe Results:High employee turnoverReduced productivity and profitabilityThe Solution:Improve employee communication and understandin…


  17. Business Improvement Requires Developing Employees With High Work Ethics By Leanne Hoagland-Smith
    In 2000, Ivy Tech of Indianapolis, IN conducted a survey of Indiana employers that revealed that both entry and experienced workers substantially lacked work ethics. This survey is one of many that continue to illustrate today’s workers are not the same as earlier generations and the problem appears to be getting worse, not better.Within today’s workforce, there exists 4 unique generations – Veterans or Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X and the Nexters. These four different generati…


  18. What the **Bleep** Do You Know About Workplace Attitude? By Carla Rieger
    Go to Your Nearest Video StoreA new movie is now on DVD entitled "What the *Bleep* Do We Know?". If you haven't already seen it, here is the web site http://whatthebleep.com/ Among other things it's about how attitude makes a HUGE difference to human effectiveness on all levels. Besides that -- the movie is very entertaining. Your attitude vastly affects your bio-chemistry -- which in turn can make or break your relationships with customers, suppliers, co-workers, bosses, computers, time deadl…


  19. Improve Your Work Relationships By Kathryn Weber
    Tips for working smoother and more harmoniouslyAsk anyone and they'll tell you that an unhappy work environment can be one of life's most miserable experiences. It's isolating, it's uncomfortable, unproductive, and it can also block your progress in life. That's because work, like everything else, often relies on good will.That is, the good will of coworkers and bosses alike can help propel your career and business. Likewise, ill will and anymosity can create obstacles to career success and…


  20. Six Reasons People Don't Listen at Work... and Some Interesting Things You Can Do About It By Carla Rieger
    It’s frustrating when your co-workers, teenager or even your dog won’t listen. While you can’t control how they receive what you say, you can control how you send it. Here are a few tips on why people don’t listen and what you can do to change it.1. Short Attention SpansProblem: When asked to guess the average adult attention span, most people say around thirty minutes. According to statistics, however, the average adult attention span is actually only seven seconds. That’s right! Every seven …


  21. Tips For Managing Workplace Stress By Terje Ellingsen
    One of the best ways of preventing or managing workplace stress is work planning. A planning tool is a good investment for improving yourself in most areas of life, your job included. You have to understand that there is nothing like a very routine work that doesn’t require any planning. The belief that it will go on by itself is wrong. Even tasks that can be done on an everyday basis can be improved if there is good planning involved. Everywhere there is scope for improvement, better methods…


  22. Dealing with Difficult People By Steve Pavlina
    How do you deal with difficult, irrational, or abusive people, especially those in positions of authority who have some degree of control over your life?I’ve never met a totally rational human being. Our ability to store and process information is far too imperfect for that. But our emotions are a shortcut. The book Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman describes people diagnosed with alexathemia, the condition whereby people either don’t feel emotions or are completely out of touch with th…






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