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Suppose you’ve just been severely criticized, here are ways to help you handle critics and criticisms in a meeting: Read More
Visual images in presentations, whether for business or for other social events, are idea enhancers. Keep in mind that audience members are still listening to what is being said while the graphics are shown. Why is this an effective approach to present products or ideas? The “double message” reinforces the memory process. Read More

The Value of Corporate Communication and Public Relations

The Value of Corporate Communication and Public Relations  - http://bizcovering.com Avatar Posted by Athena under Public Relations
From http://bizcovering.com 4738 days ago
Made Hot by: sannwood on February 18, 2010 12:57 am
PR or Public relations is about shaping and projecting an image as a key element in the drive for success. Top executives now consider a good image as a basic resource in the same way that they view finance or people. As the interaction between the government, industry, the environment, and the public becomes extremely complex, Public Relations has become an inevitable component of corporate aff Read More

Corporate Communication: An Essential Tool in an Organization

Corporate Communication: An Essential Tool in an Organization - http://factoidz.com Avatar Posted by Athena under Strategy
From http://factoidz.com 4740 days ago
Made Hot by: CharleneNance12 on November 30, 1999 3:00 pm
The growth of corporate communication can be attributed to the trend among progressive companies to appoint a communication man to top managerial positions (and even in the executive board). Corporate Executive Officers (CEOs) are beginning to realize that the success or failure of corporate strategies depends on how communication resources are harnessed. Read More
If you are supervising or managing employees and you want to know if they are sure about how to complete their latest assignment. How do you go about finding out? When we want to get our message through, how do we talk to our employees? Are we doing a good job at communicating with each other? Here are some suggestions on effective employee communication: Read More
Why do some office executives – especially overworked businessmen—look prematurely old and die young? How can they avoid worry, hypertension, and an eventual stroke or heart attack?

Here are a few practical tips taken straight from the firing line of day-to-day office experience: Read More
According to chronobiologists, it's not just how you get things done that really matters-- it's when.

Whether you’re pitching a new project or asking for a raise, there’s a perfect time of day to do it. Read More

How to Supervise a New Employee | Bizcovering

How to Supervise a New Employee | Bizcovering - http://bizcovering.com Avatar Posted by Athena under Human Resources
From http://bizcovering.com 4765 days ago
Made Hot by: lyceum on January 22, 2010 1:58 am
When you hire a new worker for your business, you select him or her because of the special skill or ability he or she has which you feel you can use.
Whether you like it or not, you get the whole person, not just the employee’s skills and abilities. Read More
The percentage of supervisors who lose their jobs because of technical incompetence is quite small as compared to the much greater percentage of supervisors who fail in managerial positions because of the inability to deal effectively with people. Read More

The Do-it-Yourself Business Promotion

The Do-it-Yourself Business Promotion  - http://bizcovering.com Avatar Posted by Athena under Advertising
From http://bizcovering.com 4767 days ago
Made Hot by: bluechipnet on January 23, 2010 5:15 am
Even if your budget cannot accommodate an outside consultant you can still launch your own promotion. Remember, too, that what you can save in money, you’ll spend in time. Here are some tips. Read More
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