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- Solving the communication conundrum. Gorelick, Dick // American Printer;Mar2002, Vol. 228 Issue 6, p52
Provides suggestions on how to improve communication between management and employees. Significance of understanding employee temperament; Examples of communication tools and techniques; Benefits of creating an employee newsletter.
- How to compound your employees' interest. // ABA Banking Journal;Dec83, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p40
Offers ways to improve the relationship between employers and employees. Examination of internal communication to employees; Factors that employers can rely on as sources to find out employees' thinking; Suggestions for employers in reaching out to employees.
- MARKETING OF MINDS. Chetwynd, Catherine // Marketing Week;3/23/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p49
Discusses the importance of communicating organizational changes to employees. Use of corporate hospitality to strengthen business relationships; Personnel management for merging companies; Reasons why corporate events fail.
- Build support for your decisions by using 'visible' thinking. // HR Weekly;6/30/2014, Vol. 2 Issue 26, p3
The article presents tips for managers on using so-called visible thinking to maintain credibility and build employee trust and mentions statements that can be used to communicate more effectively.
- Managing Upward Communications. Gemmill, Gary // Management Review;May70, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p25
Suggests ways on how executives can establish an open relationship with their subordinates. Importance of upward communications; Factors that prevent employees to reveal their real feelings and opinions; Executives' need to understand the factors that lead subordinates to distort upward...
- What's Worse than a Difficult Conversation? Avoiding One. Rowland, Deborah // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;4/8/2016, p2
The article offers tips to managers on how to handle difficult or potentially confrontational conversations with employees or peers, including looking at difficult conversations as a step to strengthening personal bonds, learning to regulate emotions and balancing honesty with compassion.
- Getting It Done. Landolt, Sara Cox; Gilpatrick, Kristin // Credit Union Management;May99, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p6
Outlines a preparation procedure for asking a raise from one's boss, as suggested by Executive Communications Group, an international leadership and communications consulting firm in Englewood, New Jersey. What to record before the meeting; How to polish one's appearance; Possibilities to expect.
- Communicate First, Then Learning Will Follow. // Workforce (10928332);Sep99, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p25
Provides information on a survey, conducted by William M. Mercer, a consulting organization based in New York, New York, on the importance of communication within the organization. Significance of the survey in the human resource management; Characteristics of an effective communication program.
- Walkabout: To gain invaluable info observe, listen closely to employees. // Occupational Health Management;Aug2010, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p85
The article offers effective ways to get invaluable information from employees in a company. It notes that by listening closely to the employees, important information can be obtained. It mentions two approaches to get inputs from employees which include giving the employees a specific time to...