You & Your Co-Workers

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5 times video messages win

May 21, 2017
Written messages serve a purpose, but video messages can have a much more powerful impact on recipients.

When you catch someone in a lie

April 27, 2017
When a co-worker or even your boss tells a fib, and you find out, it’s natural to feel hurt or angry—but that doesn’t mean you should react. Take these steps instead.

Plan communication with the boss

April 27, 2017
When you gain a new supervisor, it’s a smart idea to outline expectations for how the two of you will communicate.

How do you ask someone to repeat?

April 27, 2017
Here are some common lines and how they might be interpreted.

Stop reply-all emails

March 22, 2017
If your inbox is jam-packed with unnecessary reply-all messages, tackle the issue with direct, but polite, communication.

Team building people will enjoy

January 31, 2017
Team-building activities don’t have to cost a fortune. Consider these budget-friendly options.

Put a stop to interrupters

January 25, 2017
Numerous studies tell us that men are more likely to interrupt women than vice versa, and they interrupt women more than they do other men.

5 of the worst meeting types

January 25, 2017
Ensure that you aren’t one of these types of meeting participants.

Tips for using communication apps

January 25, 2017
To make the best use of communication and collaboration apps, follow these rules.

Inexpensive ways to thank co-workers

January 25, 2017
Show your co-workers how impressed you are with their job performance or how much you appreciate their help.
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