Citations with the tag: COMMUNICATION in management
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- Let the conversation flow.
Knapp, Bill // World Wastes; Apr97, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p19
Comments on an article on management advising managers to use their working time's monetary value as a benchmark as to how much time to devote to that person. Tips on communication; Avoiding misunderstandings.
- Addressing the issue of good communication.
Black, Octavius // People Management; 07/25/96, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p44
Looks at how different definitions of communication competency affect managerial effectiveness, training and appraisals. Definition of communication competency; Status of communication competency training in management development programs; How communication competencies are frequently...
- Communication key to being a better leader.
Longo, Don // Discount Store News; 3/7/94, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p9
Discusses the role of language and communication in developing leadership qualities. Efficient Consumer Response; Example of David Glass.
- For communication, less is more.
Reinertsen, Don // Electronic Design; 08/17/98, Vol. 46 Issue 19, p64H
Offers advice on how to improve communication in management. Need to improve organization design and information systems; Importance of communication in decision-making; Increased need of communication as a symptom of poor organization.
- The time when we ponder our futures is upon us once again.
Wage, Kathryn // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 01/05/98, Issue 322247, p23
Opinion. Reflects on changes affecting workplace communications. Impact of the aging of the Baby Boomer generation on workforce; Trend of globalization; Changes in communication channels.
- You have 30 seconds to get message across to typical listener.
Wage, Kathryn // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 03/02/98, Issue 322271, p23
Recommends ways for managers to communicate effectively in 30 seconds. Need to understand communication objectives; Communicating clearly; Evaluating types of listeners; Significance of effective communication to career success.
- Communicate and negotiate.
Schorer, Marianne // Fairfield County Business Journal; 08/10/98, Vol. 37 Issue 32, p11
Emphasizes the importance of open communication lines between the management and employees. Coaching tips for communicating with employees with strong personalities.
- Watch what you say.
Brandt, John // Industry Week/IW; 1/22/96, Vol. 245 Issue 2, p6
Advises executives to avoid using words that could have negative impact on the corporate culture. Need for caution in describing project-management responsibilities in terms of hammers; Care in the use of war-themed management books; Expected impact of battlefield tactics on employees.
- Say it with straight talk.
Marino, Sal // Industry Week/IW; 05/05/97, Vol. 246 Issue 9, p12
Focuses on the use of straight talk in communicating with the company's shareholders. Qualities of an effective communication; Exercise of the partisan view in making annual reports; Consultation on public-relations experts.
- 10 commandments of communication.
Marino, Sal // PHC Profit Report; 7/15/95, Vol. 3 Issue 14, p7
Gives tips for managers on communicating with their employees.
- Top tips of the week.
Marino, Sal // PHC Profit Report; 4/15/96, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p3
Presents tips on communicating change-order procedures to field personnel.
- Learning styles--a practical tool for improved communications.
Taylor, Jackie // Supervision; Feb95, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p6
Discusses the necessity of developing learning styles for improvement of communications skills. Combination of visual and verbal cues in presentations; Techniques for a tactile audience; Importance of participation and feedback.
- Learn to communicate on a one-to-one basis.
Taylor, Jackie // Supervision; Oct95, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p9
Presents criteria in determining the method of managers when communicating with their employees. Holding interviews in private; Accessibility of manager to employees; Encouraging criticisms.
- Eight tips for good communicators/managers.
Taylor, Jackie // Supervision; Nov96, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p16
Presents tips for effective communication by managers. Manager credibility; Importance of communicating within the workplace context; Explanation of the significance of messages.
- The honest organization.
Payne, Tom // Supervision; Dec96, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p16
Focuses on the importance of improving communications between employers and employees in an organization. Inclusion of honest communications without perceiving externally imposed negative consequences; Communications, trust and the organization.
- A personal file of stimulating ideas and problem solvers.
Pollock, Ted // Supervision; May90, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p24
Offers suggestions on developing an employer's communication abilities with his employees. Employee attitudes indicative of their regard to an employer's dialogue skills; Guidelines in encouraging employees to provide feedbacks; Qualifications for leadership; Methods of confronting business...
- I can't hear you.
Lindo, David K. // Supervision; Sep90, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p11
Discusses a number of communication skills of use to managers. Picking appropriate times and places for expressing one's ideas; Use of simple, easy to understand language; Training oneself; Learning how to deal with negative emotions.
- Just give me a straight answer.
Lindo, David K. // Supervisory Management; Feb95, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p15
Offers tips on eliciting some honest responses from a staffer. Rephrasing questions; Fact-gathering as subject talks; Piecing together the response to create a satisfactory whole.
- When to write a memo, when not to write a memo.
Lindo, David K. // Supervisory Management; May95, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p12
Discusses inappropriate situations to write a memo. Angry, scared or hurt; Taking an unpopular stand; Absence of reason to write a memo; Wrong timing.
- Do you use weasel words?
Lindo, David K. // Supervisory Management; May95, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p3
Discusses weasel words and phrases. Applications; Impressions conveyed; Suggestions for getting around weasel words and phrases.
- Eight tips for good communicators and managers.
Lindo, David K. // Westchester County Business Journal; 5/20/96, Vol. 35 Issue 21, p24
Focuses on the importance of communication in effective management. Credibility of the manager; Content of the message.
- Employee communications: Tell it like it is.
Salius, Michael // BusinessWest; Jul95, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p31
Provides guidelines on how to restore the credibility of communications between management and staff. Effect of corporate downsizing on relations between two sides; Rekindling a sense of teamwork; Ability of employees to handle tough messages.
- Best practices in internal communications.
Salius, Michael // Public Relations Tactics; May98, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p10
Identifies key areas of corporate communications. Includes business learning; Leadership communication; Involvement of employees in corporate mission; Recognition and celebration of achievements.
- Tech timeout.
Page, Heather // Entrepreneur; Dec95, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p22
Advises entrepreneurs on handling business communications during their leisure time. Dealing with technology's intrusion into one's private time.
- 75 successful communication ideas.
Page, Heather // Association Management; Dec95, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p76
Part IX. Presents tips to association executives on how to communicate information and convey their associations' messages effectively to a wide range of audiences. Association image; Media relations; Staff relations; Marketing.
- How to communicate effectively.
Carbone, Loret; Soeder, John // Restaurant Hospitality; Jun95, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p32
Discusses the ways in which successful managers and leaders communicate effectively. Taking responsibility for sending and receiving a clear message; Using `I' messages; Keeping message simple; Combining verbal and nonverbal information; Concentrating to understand; Using talking and listening...
- Taking the sweat out of communication anxiety.
Watson, Arden K.; Bossley, James R. // Personnel Journal; Apr95, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p111
Discusses the importance of communications skills for corporate managers in the United States. Alleviation of concerns on team management practice; Flexibility of roles to allow multiple responsibilities; Removal of effect of communication anxiety on decision-making; Consideration of personal...
- What works.
Schorer, Marianne // Westchester County Business Journal; 07/13/98, Vol. 37 Issue 28, p18
Offers advice on how managers can communicate effectively with individual behavioral styles. Emergence of coaching as a self-improvement strategy; Expertise of Marianne T. Schorer in the personal and business coaching arena; Articulation of what needs to be said in a clear, specific manner;...
- Office talk: When power brokers communicate.
Booher, Dianna // Business Press; 04/12/96, Vol. 8 Issue 50, p18
Focuses on the importance of communication by business executives. Lack of feedback as negative feedback; Different kind of power in business relationships; Tips for effective and honest communication.
- Why should they believe us?
Burger, Chester // Communication World; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p16
Discusses the effectiveness of management communications at a time of organizational change in the United States. Value of honesty in industrial relations; Role of business communicators in workforce downsizing; Facilitation of employee acceptance of management decisions.
- Internal communication.
Geddie, Tom B. // Communication World; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p32
Presents a model for internal communications management. Information as the core of communication; Relevance of work-related information; Role of communicators in enforcing policy; Trust and credibility issues for labor and management; Rewards and incentives; Planning and goal-setting.
- Are we necessary?
Jensen, Bill // Communication World; Aug95, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p14
Discusses the root causes of challenges facing corporate communication in the United States. Loss of employee understanding; Immediate boss as the most effective source of communication for employees; Ineffectiveness of videos in communicating corporate restructuring.
- Behavioral and strategic bootcamp.
Jensen, Bill, // Communication World; Feb97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p15
Evaluates campus syllabi for enhancing the behavioral and strategic communication skills of employees. Organizational communication frameworks for front-line manager and employee behavior; Organizational approaches to change; Measurement of employee satisfaction.
- Reinventing communication.
Shaffer, Jim, // Communication World; Feb97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p20
Focuses on ways of reinventing communication in a management setting. Integration of communication function with business processes; Leadership style and behavior; Use of time by communication people; Importance and effectiveness of communication activities.
- You may be a good communicator, but are you a good facilitator?
Dollschnieder, Stephanie, // Communication World; Feb97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p44
Offers tips to communication professionals on how to improve their facilitation skills. Articulation of purpose/objective of the meeting or workshop; Making every participant feeling important to the gathering; Development and follow-up of an agenda; Understanding and respecting the value of time.
- The best of times.
Crescenzo, Steve // Communication World; Feb/Mar98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p11
Reports on the growing number of corporate communicators launching their own consulting business. Trends affecting corporate communication departments as of 1998; Demise of middle managers; Growing demand for public relations talents; Typical clients of entrepreneurial communicators. INSETS:...
- Keep middle managers in the loop.
Brandon, Mike // Communication World; Feb/Mar98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p16
Advises employers to use middle managers as a communication channel. Scenario illustrating the drawback of not using middle managers as a communication channel; Anticipating employees' initial reaction to turn to managers for help.
- Managing knowledge gives power.
Ash, Jerry // Communication World; Feb/Mar98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p23
Focuses on business communicators' role in knowledge management. Definition of knowledge management; Doubts about the profitability of appointing chief information officers; Skills a communicator should have to become an effective knowledge manager.
- How to get the bad news too.
Bartolme, Fernando // Executive Female (0199-2880); May/Jun94, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p15
Presents important warning signs that can help managers detect problems going on in his department. Decline in information as a first sign of trouble; Ambiguous verbal messages; Nonverbal signs; Outside signals; Anonymous forms of communication such as suggestion boxes and questionnaires as one...
- 6 ways to get great ideas from employees.
Bartolme, Fernando // Executive Female (0199-2880); Mar/Apr96, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p19
Suggests ways for managers to obtain new ideas from employees. Includes sharing of vision; Asking for suggestions; Holding of meetings.
- Effective communication is the key.
Bartolme, Fernando // American Printer; Feb94, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p12
Presents Keith Nickoloff's speech on the value of communication to companies delivered at an Eastman Kodak Co. seminar. Mission critical communications; Improvement of cycle times; Improvement of comprehension; Importance of integrating colors to documents.
- Build your information power base.
Weisberg, Jacob // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 4/15/95, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p34
Focuses on the importance of communication and response to communication in a company. Creation of avenues of communication; Holding of regular staff meetings; Use of voice mail or memos; Secret to treat the arrival of good news; Tips for accepting bad news.
- Smarten up.
Milne, Maggie // Northern Ontario Business; Sep95, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p7
Describes features of effective communication in management. Acquisition and usage of information; Accessibility of information; Information dissemination; Openness of communication.
- Communication breakdown.
Knapp, Bill // World Wastes; Feb98, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p16
Offers several communication tips for managers. Tips for avoiding miscommunication; Conducting business meetings; Tips for dealing with customers.
- Managing in the 90s.
Buhler, Patricia // Supervision; Sep97, Vol. 58 Issue 9, p23
Focuses on the urgency of keeping communication lines open in the organizational setup. Changes in the communication process resulting from availability of technologies; Purposes of communication within organizations; Understanding general barriers to communication.
- Something to talk about.
C.H.; Hayes, Cassandra // Black Enterprise; Nov96, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p59
Focuses on the impact of the lack of communication between managers and workers. Most commonly cited cause of poor employee performance; Lack of timely feedback.
- Interactive dialogue as a tool for change.
Maccoby, Michael // Research Technology Management; Sep/Oct96, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p57
Focuses on interactive dialogue as a management tool for corporations. Description of the interactive process; Resolving differences.
- Conflict resolution.
Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Black Enterprise; Sep94, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p48
Offers advice on how managers can handle conflicts at work. The importance of being a good listener; Establishing groundrules; Appealing to the workers' sense of responsibility; Other factors.
- When not to put it in writing.
Pollock, Ted // Automotive Manufacturing & Production; Sep97, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p10
Advises managers on when it would be wise to avoid putting one's thoughts down in writing. Presence of negative emotions; Having nothing of value to say; Situations when personal disclosure of information is preferable to written reports.
- Communicating with the techies.
Kreitzberg, Charles // Advertising Age's Business Marketing; Dec96, Vol. 81 Issue 10, pM-19
Focuses on the need for marketers to have good communication with their technology staff. Benefits of this communication; Need for a rapid process for building prototypes; Need for marketers to realize that information systems projects are done by programmers; Need to establish clear objects to...