Tag Archives: Communication
Imagine that you call your doctor to leave a message on her voice mail, and is met by an answering voice that sounds like Marlon Brando in the Godfather. I guess you would be a bit confused. It’s not what you expected, right?!
To pick a voice for your answering service, training course or advertisement, is a very important part of your business’ communication. Your customers will relate your brand with the type of voice you pick, so make sure you choose your voice talent carefully.
Finding a job is almost never a painless process. According to a new eye-tracking study by The Ladders, your resume might only get six seconds of a recruiter’s time, but submitting a well-composed cover letter that appropriately highlights your strengths could be what gets your application into the “Yes” pile.
Do you suffer? The “Most Interesting Person In The Room” Syndrome And How You Can Recover From It [SlideShare]
A number of myths surrounds the communication field. They are mostly misunderstandings and misinterpretations, made by non-communicators.
Communication is an area where many amateurs believe they are experts. How hard can it be to talk to people? Anyone knows communication. I’m a leader, so I sure know how to communicate.
Sounds familiar to you? It does to me alright, and I’m quite sick and tired of it.
Sometimes even the most fancy academic degree is outsmarted by lessons you’ve learned in life. Today’s post by Australian based Jeszlene Zhou from the blog First Comms Job proves that it’s true. Read on to learn what a job in an Irish pub taught Jesz about communication.
Ever had a bad dream? If so, did it include a hungry beast threatening your intranet? Or were the entire internal comms department chased by an armed ninja?
Probably not. Dreams are rarely about intranets, but real life nightmares are another story. They come true to communications pro’s from time to time.
I’m talking about the internal comms nightmare: the intranet being stabbed by the financial department’s knife.
Tell me, what is the first word that arise in your head when thinking of your company’s intranet? I’m really curious to hear your answer, but I guess the word “modern” isn’t what comes to your mind, is it?
There’s a lot of things going on in the internal communications and intranet area, but still, many companies communicate like it’s 1999. Perhaps it’s time for a change in your company’s way of handling internal communications? Why not let your intranet take a leap into the future?!