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Listen Up...and Speak Out!
   How You Can Use Conversations to Improve Organizational Effectiveness
  By: Judy Worrell
If you were to ask leaders or members of a team where the barriers are within their work place, the response you would likely get would be related to the lack of processes within the organization to improve the quality and effectiveness of communication.

M & M Managers Stifle Risk -- Taking ... Trust ... Respect ... Success
  By: G.A. (Andy) Marken

The successful manager is an expert at getting things done by managing change. He or she avoids unproductive tasks, and delegates well. These mangers know how to use listening, speaking and writing skills to promote effective exchange of information.


Mushroom Management
   Don't Keep Your Workforce in the Dark
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Today's businesses must change course quickly. Communication and information are essential to innovation, good customer service, high retention, and change. And it has to flow freely. In a survey my organization conducted, respondents where asked this question. "To improve your workplace environment what would you like to see your executives/supervisors/managers do?"

69% of the respondents said be "Better at communicating." ...

Personal Education and Communication Pathways and Pitfalls
  By: Jim Clemmer
Discover the Personal Education and Communication approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

Powerful Communication Skills that Get Results!
  By: Patti Hathaway
For most of us, success in our life depends heavily on how well -- or how poorly -- we communicate with others. Learn how to establish productive relationships and work effectively with others. Discover a cutting-edge communication technique that will improve your listening as well as help you gain rapport with anyone you meet.

Presentation Primer
  By: Sharon Housley

Many individuals are called upon to give presentations, but many have no formal instruction on how to deliver the most effective presentations. So for the benefit of those who might need a bit of help, we've put together a "primer" for presenters...


Presentation Training May Be Harming Your Staff
  By: Melissa Lewis
Anxiety-ridden speakers they often refer to previous speaking training as a source of their fear. They've been badgered, nit-picked, and intimidated-all stemming from a well-intentioned belief that if you fix the mechanics, confidence will follow.

Sparkle When You Speak
   10 Presentation Tips for Communicating Results
  By: Marsha Petrie Sue, MBA
There are 10 simple preplanning tips that should be addressed EVERYTIME we have the honor of presenting to a group of one or a gathering of many.

Strong Leaders are Strong Communicators
  By: Jim Clemmer
Communication is one of the key marks of a leader. Highly effective leaders transfer their energy and passion to the people they're trying to mobilize with words that paint exciting pictures, ring true, fire the imagination, or touch the spirit. Like the leader, their words are charged with energy.

Ten Secrets for Using PowerPoint Effectively
  By: Dave Paradi
You can take many courses on how to use PowerPoint from a technical standpoint. Here are ten secrets that will help you move from being technically proficient to using PowerPoint to improve the effectiveness of your presentations.

The Architects of Tomorrow
  By: David Finney

In the corporate world, a delay in response can come across as a sign of weakness. In a meeting, managers may view it as a waste of resource. Replacing silence with anger can produce a regrettable aftertaste: 'I don't know what came over me there'.


The Importance of Relevance in Intranet Communications
  By: Nigel Davies

The desire to leverage intranet communications is one of the principal reasons for intranet deployment in a wide range of companies. Real time information flows on intranets provide data and messages to an audience and ultimately encourage engagement and participation.


The real cost of poor communication
  By: Helen Wilkie
Do you know how much money poor communication cost your organization in the past twelve months? You won’t find the answer in the financial statements or any year-end departmental reports. Why? Because, the dollar cost has never been truly recognized.

What I Really Meant Was...
  By: Brian Ward
How operational definitions can improve communications and manage expectations.

Why Should You Use Presentation Technology?
  By: Dave Paradi
There are a number of good reasons why presentation technology should become a larger part of your speaking or training business.


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