Communication in workplace 2000

Andrus, Carol
August 1997
Executive Excellence;Aug97, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p13
Discusses the importance of communication skills in business. Advice for executives on how to improve one's writing skills; Description of two communication cultures; Benefits of attending seminars in business communication.


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