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Business Communication Introduction

Business Communication will help the learners in developing their communication skills and explore a range of presentation modes to put their point forward.
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This video is basically an introduction to what "Business Communication" is. The video explains what is discussed and/or learned through the topic of business communication. It also explains a little how business communication is used by people.

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HowStuffWorks "Business Communications"

HowStuffWorks "Business Communications" | Business Communication | Scoop.it
Business communication is a crucial part of business. From conference calling to the best way to build a sales team, learn about business communications.
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This webpage basically explains Business Communication. The webpage has many tabs that you can click that are each titled with a different topic reguarding business communication. The page explains a wide variety of things that all reguard to the topic of "Business Communication". 

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Effective Communication in the Workplace

MO 561 Group Project
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This video talks about the different types of etiqutte rules that should be used in a workplace. It gives examples of both the wrong way and right way to act and present yourself in a workplace. The video also shows the right and wrong way to type an email when you are addressing a boss or co-worker in your workplace.

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Effective Communication in a Business

Effective Communication in a Business | Business Communication | Scoop.it
Effective communication at work is about knowing your employees and choosing the right message and channel for transmission. It may be necessary to develop a communications plan to outline ...
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This web article describes what skills and types of communication are considered "effective in a business". The article has different headings within it. Each heading is a different type of skill and/or type of communication. Under the headings, there are descriptions and explanations on how each type of communication is useful and effective in a workplace/business. 

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Body Language at Work by Peter Clayton

http://www.121series.co.uk. This video will give you plenty of useful information about Body Language in the workplace and your own Body Language. How to see...
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This video explains what body language is and what types of body language is proper for a workplace. It also shows you how to identify your co-workers body language to see how they are feeling. The video also presents an explanation on how to identify if someone is lying by reading their body language.

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Business Etiquette 101: E-Mail and Cellphones Can Wait

Business Etiquette 101: E-Mail and Cellphones Can Wait | Business Communication | Scoop.it

"We’re now years into the proliferation of mobile devices. It is no longer a novelty. Mobile devices are here to stay, they are a great tool that can create efficiency and rapid responses. But the time has come to get a better handle on how to manage them."


Via Bovee & Thill's Online Business Communication Magazines
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This article explains an issue that many people, especially the younger generations, face everyday. The author of the article states that so many people can't even hold a conversation without checking their email or reading text messages off of their mobile devices. The author has a strong opinion that not being able to put your cell phone down to simply hold a conversation is rude and "not cool". The article basically eplains that when you are holding a conversation, especially if you are in a meeting, you should give the other people your full attention, not your cell phone. 

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Bovee & Thill's Online Business Communication Magazines's curator insight, September 1, 2013 11:54 AM

I had four separate conversations this week, with four different people, all of whom expressed serious frustration with colleagues who literally could not stop looking at their email during a work-related conversation or meeting.